Reports about AuPairWorld company activities and developments on our platform
With the start of 2021, young people from EU countries are no longer able to travel freely to the UK for an au pair stay. They will be subject to the same conditions as young people from other countries. Here is the latest available information on options available to UK host families and young people interested in au pairing in Great Britain.
AuPairWorld has implemented a convenient new country check functionality that lets au pairs see which countries are possible for an au pair stay depending on an au pair's nationality and other criteria.
Brexit could mean the end of au pairing in the UK. Sign a petition to help make sure that even in post-Brexit Britain, au pairing can continue as a popular and proven form of cultural exchange.
We say "thank you" with a video to 3 million AuPairWorld users who live the dream...
Christmas donations for SOS Children's Villages and Kasseler Tafel, a local foodbank in Kassel, Germany
Au pairs are often cast as victims in sensationalist media reports. But the vast majority of au pairs report something very different (and much more positive) about their experiences.
An open invitation to AuPairWorld au pairs and other young people to participate in a global youth travel survey (with the chance to win exciting prizes)
Getting to know our customers better in the Fair City
We received more than 2,000 pictures for our Instagram contest #aupairingis – over 2,000 glimpses into the exciting lives of real au pairs as they travel the world. The winning pictures are shown below:
And the Oscar goes to...the performers of AuPairWorld with their video #aupairingis. We do not intend to judge whether our clip may actually deserve an Oscar or not. One thing's for sure, though: we had a really great time shooting. Just take a look for yourselves! ;-)
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