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A Message from Jill Morris Her Majesty’s Ambassador  British Embassy Rome (May 14, 2021)

A Message from Jill Morris Her Majesty’s Ambassador British Embassy Rome (May 14, 2021)

For UK Nationals living and working in Italy Issue No. 24 – Friday 14 May 2021: The new Withdrawal Agreement biometric residency card Evidencing your rights under the Withdrawal Agreement in Italy Driving licences in Italy Hosting guests at your property Information for UK nationals living in Italy under accredited status Where to find more […]Read More

How Are You ‘Really’ Doing?

How Are You ‘Really’ Doing?

Karen Rigatti, Certified Professional Counselor in Milan shares her insights and some practical advice on how to self assess our mental and physical wellbeing with steps to take on how to deal with the aftermath of these last 15 months of living with Covid, uncertainty and confusion.   “How are you?” is a question most […]Read More

Milan is in the Covid-19 Yellow zone, what now? (Update May 2021)

Milan is in the Covid-19 Yellow zone, what now? (Update May 2021)

Updated May 3, 2021 Since November 2020 Italy was assigned a new color code classification system classifying the Covid-19 risk of each region. Red, Orange or Yellow indicate what kind of lockdown or shelter in place restrictions are implemented. White, indicating low risk had been introduced and applied briefly (in Sardinia) but was promptly removed. […]Read More

Can US citizens travel to Italy? Update May 2021

Can US citizens travel to Italy? Update May 2021

Readers want to know: Can US citizens travel to Italy? Update May 3, 2021 | Due to Covid-19 restrictions, non-essential travel (i.e., tourism) to Italy from most non-EU countries (and including the United States) is prohibited. Essential travel is allowed and includes students, businesspersons, EU residents, and relatives of Italian citizens. A 5-14 days of […]Read More

Italy Travel Advisory: Level 4: Do Not Travel

Italy Travel Advisory: Level 4: Do Not Travel

April 20, 2021 | Message from US Embassy and Consulates in Italy Do not travel to Italy due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution due to terrorism. Read the Department of State’s COVID-19 page before you plan any international travel. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for Italy due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 […]Read More

Health Alerts – U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy (2021)

Health Alerts – U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy (2021)

All Health Alert bulletins are from the U.S. Embassy Rome, Italy. For further information see embassy and consulate contact details at the end of the page. Italy Travel Advisory: Level 4: Do Not Travel April 20, 2021 Do not travel to Italy due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution due to terrorism. Read the Department of State’s COVID-19 page before you […]Read More

97% of office workers want to continue working from home post pandemic

97% of office workers want to continue working from home post pandemic

People working from home have embraced the current situation; hybrid working as the ideal situation for the future. Nearly all employees who are working from home (97%) prefer to keep working from home, even when offices are open. According to respondents in the third round of a joint research conducted by Nyenrode Business University, Open […]Read More

Demonstration Alert Milan April 16, 2021

Demonstration Alert Milan April 16, 2021

News provided by U. S. Consulate General Milan, Italy Location:  Piazza del Duomo, Milan, Italy Event:  On April 16, 2021, an authorized static demonstration will take place in Piazza del Duomo.  The demonstration is expected to begin at 16.00 hrs.  The number of participants is currently unknown.  This demonstration is organized by the “Movimento Imprese Italiane” (Italian Companies Movement) to […]Read More

Ben Greenwood, HM Acting Consul General Milan and Director DIT Italy

Ben Greenwood, HM Acting Consul General Milan and Director DIT Italy

I had the honour of speaking with Ben Greenwood, HM Acting Consul General Milan and Director of the Department of International Trade Italy at the British Consulate Milan. We met for an informal video call to chat about his experience living in Milan and about UK and Italy relations.   When the joyous news was announced […]Read More

Whether a mother works has little impact on their child’s behavior

Whether a mother works has little impact on their child’s behavior

Mothers who work full-time or part-time in the first six years of their child’s life have little impact on the child’s behavior, according to new research by the University of Cologne, contrary to what many believe. The study, conducted by Professor Marita Jacob and Dr. Michael Kühhirt, investigated the link between maternal employment history in […]Read More

1000 Scholarships for Global Marketing Communication and Made in Italy Masters

1000 Scholarships for Global Marketing Communication and Made in Italy Masters

The Italian Minister of Education, Professor Maria Cristina Messa, sent the following message to the Italy-USA Foundation and the Centro Studi Comunicare l’Impresa in order to the master’s degree on “Global Marketing, Communication and Made in Italy. “Today we award 1,000 recent graduates who have distinguished themselves in their studies. We award them by offering them […]Read More

Update: Milan is in the Covid-19 Red zone, (for Easter) what now?

Update: Milan is in the Covid-19 Red zone, (for Easter) what now?

Updated 02/04/2021: Lombardy classified as Red Zone from March 15 and over the Easter holiday until April 6, 2021. Unlike the previous round of “red zone” lockdowns where hairdressers and businesses could remain open, this time around all commercial activities that are considered “non-essential” have been closed. Restaurants and other commercial retailers can provide “take […]Read More

Working from home? Why detachment is crucial for mental health

Working from home? Why detachment is crucial for mental health

Article by Wladislaw Rivkin, Lecturer in Work and Organisational Psychology, Aston University. As an academic who regularly worked from home in the days before coronavirus, my friends often joked about what they imagined my daily routine might be (such as enjoying a morning gin and not changing out of my pyjamas). But as many people […]Read More

The Hub: Ideal Venue for a Corporate Event in Milan

The Hub: Ideal Venue for a Corporate Event in Milan

Your boss has just given you the task of finding a meeting venue and conference center in Milan to host the next corporate event for up to 200 people equipped with media support to broadcast the event live on digital streaming. We have found it for you! The Hub is a 600 Sq m multifunctional […]Read More

Business Networking in Milan during Lockdown

Business Networking in Milan during Lockdown

It’s been a year since we have been in lockdown and for many of us, office jobs were instantly converted into remote jobs. This has both helped and hurt the way we communicate and keep in touch with clients and co-workers. While some of us have embraced working from home, for others it has not […]Read More

COP26: Women in Green Growth

COP26: Women in Green Growth

 The Women in Green Growth webinar was held 17 March 2021 , organized by the British Embassy in Italy with  STEAMiamoci, a project launched in 2016 with the aim of reducing the gender gap, supporting the importance of women in the cultural and productive fabric, and to find and develop ways to increase inclusion and value. Part of the Women […]Read More

Take the Poll by British Embassy Rome for UK Nationals living in Italy

Take the Poll by British Embassy Rome for UK Nationals living in Italy

UK National living in Italy? We want to hear from you If you are a UK National living in Italy, please answer the following short questionnaire clicking here. The poll is strictly anonymous and will help us to tailor our engagement priorities and provide you with information on your rights as a UK National living in […]Read More

UK Nationals in Italy, Know Your Rights

UK Nationals in Italy, Know Your Rights

Many questions still remain unanswered for UK nationals living in Italy regarding the Withdrawal agreement. The British Embassy in Rome is persistently working to keep UK nationals in Italy informed. A new poster by The British Embassy in Rome for UK nationals living in Italy communicating their rights under the Withdrawal Agreement and resources for […]Read More

Leona Laviscount

Leona Laviscount

Our series “Celebrating Women” features stories about inspiring women. If there is an inspiring woman in your life, let us know and we will share her story!  My mother Leona Laviscount was the first Black American to share her unique heritage in Milan. She was a dancer, singer and performer. Leona Laviscount She was born […]Read More

The Significance of Mimosa on March 8th

The Significance of Mimosa on March 8th

Since 1977, March 8th has been celebrated as International Women’s Day, a United Nations sanctioned day of observance celebrating women’s contributions to society. In Italy, it is traditional to give a mimosa bud or small bouquet to women. International Women’s Day The history of International Women’s Day has several meaningful origins. The day is said […]Read More

Strengthened Orange Zone for All of Lombardy from March 5, 2021

Strengthened Orange Zone for All of Lombardy from March 5, 2021

(MILAN, March 7, 2021) As of March 6, 2021, an area will automatically be designated a high risk “Red Zone” when statistics indicate 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. At the moment Lombardy is “dark orange”, meaning there is strengthened enforcement, road blocks and schools are closed. (MILAN, March 4, 2021) Attilio Fontana, governor of Lombardy, […]Read More

Portraits of Italian Women

Portraits of Italian Women

Ritratti di Donne (Portraits of women) Present-day Italy told through the stories of ten women, protagonists of the Italian cultural and creative scene, a project by Italiana Language Creativity Culture in the World. Video portraits in Italian with English subtitles Present-day Italy through the voices and stories of protagonists of the contemporary Italian cultural scene, […]Read More

General Strikes March 2021

General Strikes March 2021

General strikefrom Sunday March 7th, 9 PM to Monday, March 8, 2021 Planes, trains and local transportation personnel will be on strike. Planes will strike for 24 hours, from 00:01 to 24:00. Trains will be on strike for 24 hours starting from 21:00 on March 7th. Local transportation for 24 hours with different starting times […]Read More

15 Things To Do in Lombardy

15 Things To Do in Lombardy

What kind of Italy traveler are you? Do you search for fine art, rich history and exciting adventures, or is fashion, design and luxury your destination? Italy truly has something for everyone and here in the region of Lombardy, culture thrives, the past intertwines with the present and the landscape is breathtaking. You don’t have […]Read More

Women in…The Fight Against Illegal Wildlife Trade

Women in…The Fight Against Illegal Wildlife Trade

COP26: One Earth, One Future On the occasion of World Wildlife Day,  the webinar “Women in… the fight against the illegal wildlife trade”, women against the  illegal wildlife trade, was held today  March 3, 2021. Part of the series Women in … events  promoted by British Ambassador Jill Morris. Since her arrival in Rome in 2016, the event puts the spotlight on countries such as Kenya, Zimbabwe, […]Read More

Author Jennifer Anton Reveals Under the Light of the Italian Moon

Author Jennifer Anton Reveals Under the Light of the Italian Moon

I had the pleasure of speaking with Jennifer Anton, author of Under the Light of the Italian Moon, a biographical fiction set in rural Italy during the Mussolini Fascist Era.  The book will debut March 8, 2021 in honor of International Women’s Day. Apart from my interest in the book, I was intrigued by the […]Read More

How to Get or Renew a Residence Permit in Italy –  Permesso di Soggiorno

How to Get or Renew a Residence Permit in Italy – Permesso di Soggiorno

Living in Italy Congratulations, you have made the decision to move to Italy!  One of the things you will have to become accustomed to in Italy is the red tape. Getting a residency card, Permesso di Soggiorno is one of the first things you will need. Things to know about submitting your residence permit, Permesso […]Read More

Milan is in the Covid-19 Orange Zone (again), What Now?

Milan is in the Covid-19 Orange Zone (again), What Now?

(MILAN, updated February 27,2021) Italy was assigned a new color code classification system in November 2020 classifying the Covid-19 criticality of each region. Red, Orange or Yellow indicate what kind of lockdown or shelter in place restrictions are implemented. Color codes are assigned by the government and Minister of Health and will depend on the […]Read More

Milan Fashion Week 2021 and Fashion Museums in Lombardy

Milan Fashion Week 2021 and Fashion Museums in Lombardy

Phygital Milan Fashion Week From 23 February to 1 March 2021 Milan hosts the Milan Fashion Week dedicated to Women’s Fashion F / W 2021-2022. The event is one of the most important international events in the industry and expected by both professionals and fashion enthusiasts who are more attentive to emerging trends. This year’s edition is held […]Read More

Covid -19:  Local Red Zones in Lombardy

Covid -19: Local Red Zones in Lombardy

(MILAN) – With the rise of new cases and new coronavirus variants local lockdown restrictions have been instated in 4 cities of Lombardy. Four cities of Lombardy have been classified as “RED ZONES,” meaning there are more stringent lockdown restrictions and rules for those cities. Roadblocks are in place limiting entrance and exit to these […]Read More

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