At Hiraeth we collaborate on a variety of different projects with other organisations, artists, writers, and research institutions. If you have a project that you feel would align with our goals and expertise, please contact us!

The Expatriate Archive Centre (EAC) is an independent, non-profit archive that preserves the life stories of expats (temporary migrants) worldwide for use in academic research. As part of a new digital archiving initiative, the EAC is archiving all of the Hiraeth Magazine podcasts for future academic research.

Migrationlab co-creates opportunities with and for refugees, migrants and locals to meet, interact and inspire each other in cities across Europe. Laura M. Pana, Director of Migrationlab, presented at Hiraeth’s Poetry, Storytelling and Cocktail Evening in May 2017.

Hiraeth’s first event, a Poetry, Storytelling and Cocktail Evening around the themes of Migration and Homecoming, was held on May 30, 2017 at Labyrinth in Amsterdam.

Hiraeth participated in a session on ‘Whose heritages matter? Re-imagining “Dutch-ness” through migration in and beyond the Netherlands’ at ‘The Value of Life’ International Conference at Wageningen University in June 2017, and is involved in an ongoing project responding to the Dutch Canon.

Writer and literary translator Canan Marasligil presented on City in Translation, an ongoing exploration of how languages appear in urban space, at Hiraeth’s Poetry, Storytelling and Cocktail Evening in May 2017.

On November 25, 2017 Hiraeth will hold a Poetry, Storytelling and Art Evening at Butcher’s Tears, a local craft brewery in Amsterdam. Please join us for a beautiful programme around the theme of Light. If you would like to read poetry, tell a story, or otherwise present, sign up here.