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ISSUE 5 OCTOBER 2023
As we bid farewell to 2023, our final issue of the year features the past events from June to August.
The Organisation of the Swiss Abroad convened in St. Gallen, its significance magnified by the impending federal election in October. A pivotal manifesto, accessible on Swisscommunity’s website, stands as a testament to representing Swiss abroad interests.
UK delegates, Loredana Guegt-Wyatt and Franz Muheim, stepped forward as candidates for cantons Ticino and Geneva, aiming to be a voice for our diaspora.
In this issue, we present and launch the FactorSwiss project, an innovative initiative from SwissCommunity that enhances our clubs’ online visibility and forges stronger connections.
The Unione Ticinese London’s 150th anniversary promises a year of extraordinary festivities. We commence with an exclusive interview featuring Michele Januzzi, the graphic designer behind the club’s new emblem.
Lastly, we present the vibrant array of celebrations for the 1st of August nationwide, spotlighting the grand Swiss National Day festivity, held for the second year in a row in London.
Thank you for your steadfast support this year! Gioa
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