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ISSUE 3 MAY 2024

Dear readers, you will not find a regional section in the next issue (July 2024), but you will find a questionnaire: you are invited to take part in the comprehensive readership survey of Swiss Review. By doing so, you will help shape the future of the magazine. What does Swiss Review need to offer to appeal to readers? Which topics are of particular interest and reach you? What do you find redundant or even annoying? These and many other questions are put to you.

The feedback from readers will be used to check the focus of the magazine and correct it if necessary. The upcoming readership survey is also important from the point of view of our regional editorial team UK/Ireland.

The last survey in 2020, for example, showed that the regional pages are generally very well-read. This support proved to be very important. We hope to receive feedback from you again, both on the magazine as a whole and on the regional pages.

Readers can participate in the survey online – we recommend completing it online for our convenience – or by filling out a paper questionnaire.

Thank you!

The London Congress of the Swiss Abroad and Cultural Weekend, will be held on May 10th–11th, celebrating the UT 150th anniversary. Attendees will enjoy performances by the Ticino Choir, historic dining at Champagne Charlies, and discussions on Swiss citizens' issues in the UK. RSVP early to avoid disappointment here > 

UT 150

Pro-Ticino Delegates Assembly in London The Voce del Brenno concert will perform on Friday, May 10th at 7 pm  at the Swiss Church. CALL 020 7499 9806

Additionally, the Pro Ticino Delegates’ Assembly will take place on Saturday, May 11th at 2 pm, followed by a dinner cruise on the Thames.

Readers can look forward to a detailed report on these events in the upcoming October issue  of the magazine. For more information, visit

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Gioia Palmieri Swiss Review UK Pages Editor

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