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Mosaic was the printed version of WBFN monthly pubication sent to all members; it was discontinued in 2014. Should you be interested pdf versions are made available to our members in our Mosaic Archives.

Giving Back in Country Office Locations

Third Story Project founders receiving printer donation from WBFN
Date: November 01, 2019
November is a month when we think about giving gifts for the upcoming holidays, but also giving back to those in need.

What Are the Basics of Domestic Abuse and...

What Are the Basics of Domestic Abuse and Prevention?
Date: October 01, 2019
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the United States. This is a time to reflect on education and prevention within our communities.

Recently arrived in DC? Here is a quick look at...

Check list for a successful relocation WBFN activities
Date: September 01, 2019
Recently arrived in DC? Here’s what’s happening at the WBFN to help you start your life here.

What is the Families in Global Transition...

What is the Families in Global Transition Conference
Date: August 15, 2019
What is the Families in Global Transition Conference and How Can It Be Useful to You?

Entertaining Kids on a Plane Trip

Entertaining Kids on a Plane Trip
Date: July 11, 2019
Flying with a baby?  A toddler? A five-year old? Long flights often make kids cranky, crazy and generally difficult to handle

More Than Organizing: Traveling and Relocating...

More Than Organizing: Traveling and Relocating with Four Children
Date: July 01, 2019
Find out how Hely takes road trips with a large family.

Launching the Disabilities Program for the WBG...

Disability Program
Date: June 01, 2019
Do you have a family member with a disability? The WBFN launched the Disabilities Program in May. Find out how the launch went, and what our team is working on.

Relocating with Teenagers

Relocating with Teenagers
Date: May 30, 2019
Scott and his spouse, who are Australian, relocated to Bangkok in 2018 with two teenagers. Their son is sixteen and their daughter is thirteen. Prior to this move they raised their children in Washington DC for twelve years...

The Art of Raising Citizens of the World: a How-...

The Art of Raising Citizens of the World: a How-To Guide
Date: May 01, 2019
Parenting is hard; but parenting multicultural children in a country you don’t know well adds another layer of difficulty. Raising children in a culture different than your own while helping them develop their own identity is immensely rewarding but also quite tough.