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Modern British and Irish Art Evening Sale

Posted by fidest on Friday, 31 October 2014

irish artLondon – Christie’s is pleased to announce details of the Modern British and Irish Art Evening Sale which will take place on 19 November 2014. Featuring 35 lots, the auction presents stellar examples of 20th century British sculpture and painting including John Duncan Fergusson’s Poise (estimate: £80,000-120,000, illustrated above), six paintings by L.S. Lowry, led by Coal Barge (estimate: £700,000-1,000,000), and Euan Uglow’s masterpiece entitled Three In One (estimate: £500,000-800,000), which is considered to be the artist’s most important painting to come to the market. The strong selection of modern sculpture is led by Figure (Sunion) by Dame Barbara Hepworth (estimate: £600,000-800,000), as well as sculpture by leading artists of the genre including Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, Dame Elisabeth Frink, and Naum Gabo, among others. The Modern British and Irish Evening Sale as a whole features works with estimates ranging from £50,000 to £700,000 and is followed by the Day Sale on 20 November, which comprises 86 works starting at just £7,000. André Zlattinger, Senior Director, Head of Modern British Art, Christie’s London and Rachel Hidderley, Christie’s International Specialist and Director, Modern British Art: “We are pleased to present some important and monumental pieces of Modern British art, in a sale which spans over 100 years and celebrates our greatest British artists of the past century. The Evening and Day sales will provide a rich array of opportunities for new and established collectors at a wide range of price levels, encouraging active engagement in this dynamic and inspiring category.”

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Russian art

Posted by fidest on Friday, 31 October 2014

russian artLondon – Building on the record results of the Russian Art sale this past June, which established multiple new auction records and achieved over £24 million, Christie’s London will offer a spectacular selection of Russian Paintings and Works of Art on 24 November 2014. With over 400 lots with estimates from £1,000 to £2,500,000, this sale presents discerning collectors with an exciting opportunity to acquire exceptional works ranging from Avant-Garde masterpieces to exquisite Fabergé works with Imperial provenance.
Christie’s is further delighted to offer Valentin Serov’s masterwork Portrait of Maria Zetlin (1882-1976) (estimate: £1,500,000-2,500,000) in this auction. Sold to benefit the Ramat Gan Museums in Israel, this extraordinary portrait depicts Maria Zetlin, the doyenne of Russian émigré life in Paris, and appears on the market for the first time in history.

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MIAMI Celebrates 20th Anniversary International Real Estate Congress

Posted by fidest on Friday, 31 October 2014

Miami-skyline-for-wikipediaMiami, FL – November 2-4 Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Florida MIAMI International Real Estate Congress for 300 prominent real estate professionals from around the world The 33,000-Miami Association of Realtors (MIAMI) will celebrate its 20th Anniversary Miami International Real Estate Congress, the premiere international real estate event of the year, on November 2-4, 2014 at The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida. The Congress, which will host more than 300 real estate U.S. and foreign professionals, will kick off with an opening gala on November 2 and will be followed by two powerful days of learning, collaboration and networking.More than 70 foreign delegates from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, France, and Italy will be in attendance.
This year’s conference will bring together an array of nationally and internationally renowned real estate industry experts, forecasters, and speakers to address the hottest industry issues, including factors that are influencing trends in international real estate investment and development. Attendees will also enjoy nightly gala receptions, marketing sessions and numerous opportunities to capitalize on the presence of MIAMI’s esteemed partners and leading real estate professionals.
Among the conference’s other distinguished keynote speakers are Dr. Lawrence Yun, chief economist of National Association of Realtors; Moe Veissi, immediate past president of NAR; Alicia Cervera, managing partner of Cervera Real Estate; Marianne Cusato, author of “The Just Right Home”; Alice Ancona, director, global outreach, Florida Chamber of Commerce; Philip Spiegelman, principal, ISG; and Duff Rubin, regional SVP Southeast Florida, Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate; Ron Shuffield, president, EWM Realty International; Mike Pappas, president, The Keyes Company; and Peter Zalewski, founder and principal of CraneSpotters.com

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Allergy and Asthma – double trouble

Posted by fidest on Friday, 31 October 2014

allergic reactionsZurich, Switzerland, Allergy is a public health problem of pandemic proportions that affects more than 150 million people in Europe. According to experts, 1 out of every 3 children has an allergy and they expect the disease to affect more than 50% of all Europeans in 10 years’ time.The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) has launched an awareness campaign (www.bewareofallergy.com) to help the society to better understand how allergy sufferers feel, how profound allergy impacts quality of life, how severe and costly the diseases can become and how important it is to diagnose early and better manage this disease. By focusing on education for allergy prevention, early diagnosis and correct management, EAACI hopes to help patients and their families to better control their allergy and improve their quality of life and to increase the resources allocated by the society to manage the allergy epidemic.The campaign will roll out through 2014-2015 and will highlight different types of allergies such as: asthma, food allergy and anaphylaxis, allergic rhinitis, allergen immunotherapy (AIT) and skin allergy. The first wave of the campaign focuses on asthma as a major allergic disease with the aim to increase awareness on how close allergy and asthma are linked.Asthma is one of the most common chronic disorders; it affects 300 million patients around the world of all ages and is a serious challenge to public health. It affects profoundly the school and work performance of the patients.Asthma prevalence and impact are particularly on the rise in urbanized regions, associated with environmental and lifestyle changes. With a projected surge in the world’s urban population by 2025 it is estimated that a further 100 million people will suffer from asthma, adding to the number of current sufferers. This will represent the most prevalent chronic childhood disease and result in one of the highest causes of health care costs.The reasons behind asthma are not well understood, however people with allergic rhinitis, atopic eczema, food allergy and those who have asthma running in the family are at risk of developing asthma. This position is also supported by the European Commission: “In many people, asthma appears to be an allergic reaction to substances commonly breathed in through the air, such as animal dander, pollen, or dust mite and cockroach waste products”.There are several other arguments to support the relation between allergy and asthma:
many patients are aware of allergic triggers for their asthma (house dust mites, animal dander, molds)
atopic eczema is often the first sign that the child has an atopic phenotype and may develop rhinitis and asthma when they grow up childhood wheeze often develops into asthma if an allergic background is present. 75% of adults with asthma have allergic rhinitis 50% of people with allergic rhinitis have asthma treating rhinitis may improve asthma symptoms, especially cough You may have asthma if you experience recurrent episodes of coughing, wheezing (noisy breathing), breathlessness and chest tightness. The complaints may be triggered by colds, exposure to cigarette smoke, air pollution and/or allergens such as house dust mites, grass pollens, animal dander, mold, etc. Because allergens are everywhere, it’s important that people with allergic asthma identify their triggers and learn how to prevent a crisis.Optimal asthma control is the goal of asthma management. Controlled asthma means no daily or nighttime symptoms, not missing school or work, good capacity to exercise and no asthma crisis leading you to the hospital. The important thing is to recognize and treat the disease.The majority of people with asthma can be controlled by environmental measures and asthma medications. Many good asthma treatments are available but the control of allergic triggers and associated allergic diseases, such as allergic rhinitis, is an essential step in gaining asthma control. Testing for allergies is thus recommended to get your asthma under better control. Given the strong relation between atopy and asthma tolerance, induction to indoor allergens is a promising strategy for asthma prevention.
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) is a non-profit organisation active in the field of allergic and immunologic diseases such as asthma, rhinitis, eczema, occupational allergy, food and drug allergy, and anaphylaxis. EAACI was founded in 1956 in Florence and has become the largest medical association in Europe in the field of allergy and clinical immunology. It includes over 8,000 members from 121 countries, as well as 47 National Allergy Societies. (www.eaaci.org)

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Albania Oil, Gas and Energy

Posted by fidest on Friday, 31 October 2014

TiranaGlobal Summits organiser IRN is proud to announce that the inaugural Albania Oil, Gas and Energy 2015 Summit will take place on 17-18th March 2015 in Tirana, in partnership with and under the Official Auspices of the Albanian Ministry of Energy and Industry and the National Agency of Natural Resources (AKBN).Albania, one of the oldest and most consistent oil and gas producers in Europe, is now ready for the next licensing round with 13 available oil and gas Blocks to allocate. IRN and the Ministry of Energy and Industry of Albania have thus partnered to launch the inaugural senior level platform for discussions to take place on all new hydrocarbon developments in Albania; examining competitive licensing procedures, and the business opportunities that entail.The Summit will gather high level delegation composed of Governmental Officials, senior level executives from national and international oil companies, major service providers, along with oil and gas experts to focus specifically on Albania’s oil, gas and energy (renewables) industries.
Albania is very attractive in terms of hydrocarbons as it is one of Europe’s largest onshore oil producing regions. The Patos-Marinza field, the largest onshore oil field in Europe, proves the country’s potential as an oil and gas producer. Discovered in 1927, it reached peak production in the 60’s and is still the largest onshore field in the continent, with 5.2 billion barrels of crude oil yet to be produced. Albania also promotes favourable fiscal terms that have already triggered the interest of international oil companies. The country’s National Gas Master Plan includes several projects for gas infrastructure and pipelines, creating multiple investment opportunities.

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Italian cheese” a lecture by Gaia Massai

Posted by fidest on Friday, 31 October 2014

italian cheeseToronto Thursday, November 6, 2014 – 6:30 pm Istituto Italiano di Cultura – 496, Huron Street. With more than 500 surveyed cheese varieties, Italy presents one of the most diverse- and tasty- scenarios in the world. How cheese was initially made and how has it evolved in the centuries? What is the difference between artisanal and industrial cheese making? What is the best way to store, serve and pair cheese? We will talk of these and many other aspects of this key ingredient of Italian cuisine. At the end of the lecture we will taste 5 different cheeses, all imported directly from Italy.
Gaia Massai is an expert on modern Italian wine and olive oil production and their cultural ramification. She helps managing the Fattoria di San Quintino, her family’s 200 hectare estate that comprises 20 hectares of vineyards and 3000 olive trees, situated between Florence and Pisa. Gaia is also the founder of Gaia’s Plate, a company through which she brings her Tuscan Extra Virgin Olive Oil into Canada and that is focused on traditional Italian food and culture education. She obtained her Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Conservation of Nature (University of Florence) in 2003 and has been living in Toronto since the end of 2007.

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Sms contro droga e bullismo

Posted by fidest on Friday, 31 October 2014

bullismo1Lo scorso lunedì è stato attivato praticamente in tutta Italia il 43002 un numero telefonico gratuito indispensabile per segnalare vicende di bullismo e di spaccio all’interno e nelle vicinanze delle scuole. Il numero è stato istituito dal Dipartimento di pubblica sicurezza del Ministero dell’Interno per il progetto ‘Un Sms contro droga e Bullismo’. Possono chiamare i diretti interessati, i genitori dei ragazzi coinvolti ma anche amici e parenti e chiunque sia a conoscenza di vicende di questo tipo.
Il Dj Aniceto, Uno dei dj piu impegnati nel sociale, membro della Consulta per le politiche Antidroga a Palazzo Chigi e testimonial dei sani valori in tv in numerosi programmi televisivi anche con Piero Chiambretti, entusiasta del progetto e consapevole dei suoi molteplici benefici ne ha sposato subito la nobile causa ed è diventato paladino di questa iniziativa, Inglobandola nella sua campagna di sensibilizzazione contro le dipendenze che attua da molti anni sui social network. Dj Aniceto infatti trascorre tutto il suo tempo libero informandosi, per evidenziare quei fatti e quelle notizie che possono aiutare i giovani a tenersi lontano dalle droghe e da tutte le forme di dipendenza, diffondendo consigli tramite twitter e Facebook. La sua campagna raggiunge centinaia di migliaia di followers. “E’ una delle iniziative piu’ importanti che lo Stato ha realizzato in questi ultimi anni – Ha affermato Aniceto – Tutti devono conoscere questo numero Sms che puo salvare veramente vite umane. Desidero ringraziare i tanti personaggi famosi che mi hanno aiutato ad amplificare e a diffondere questo numero su Twitter dimostrando una grandissima sensibilità verso queste problematiche; un grazie speciale, quindi, va a Laura Pausini, Giorgia, Alfonso Signorini, Massimo Boldi, stefano Gabbana, Lorella Cuccarini, Gianluigi Nuzzi e Costanza Caracciolo, Insieme abbiamo raggiunto quasi 4 milioni di followers. Tutti dobbiamo lottare con ogni mezzo, affinchè ad un giovane non venga calpestato il futuro; occorre una seria politica di informazione, bisogna partire dalle scuole, con l’aiuto indispensabile dei professori, ma il messaggio deve essere veicolato anche, come nel mio caso, attraverso internet e i social network ed anche dalle discoteche, ‘gli unici centri di aggregazione giovanili’. Ma bisogna fare presto. Dopo, quando ci sono di mezzo i morti, non serve più essere duri e determinati”.

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Frost & Sullivan Webinar: What Does the Future Hold for Automotive Parts Retailing & Service?

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

londonLONDON Digitization, new business models, disruptive technologies, and the emergence of non-traditional automotive participants are revolutionizing the way parts will be sold and service will be delivered in the near future. This briefing will investigate the disruptive forces and trends at play and will look at how they will transform key factors that influence and drive the automotive aftermarket (e.g. – geography: urban/rural stores; customers: women drivers, Generation Y; technology: augmented reality, big data). Attend this webinar to:
· Learn about new emerging business models transforming the automotive aftermarket
· Benchmark your company’s strategy against the overall industry
· Find new revenue sweet spots and opportunities
· Explore the emerging area of vehicle service aggregation
This presentation appeals to OEMs, parts suppliers, distributors, retailers, dealer groups, and service providers. However, since the future of the aftermarket will open the industry to new types of participants, this presentation will also appeal to investment, finance companies and technology companies (information technology, telematics, and design).

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Crowdfunding campaign for better travel started

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

travel with confortFinnish Active Ally Oy provides innovative solutions for the travel market that uniquely solve a huge problem experienced by millions of travellers daily. Sleep comfortably while sitting in airplanes, trains, busses and cars using Relax ALLY® accessory.Relax ALLY® helps to fall asleep and prevents the head from falling. The product has raised a lot of interest and it has been sold to over twenty countries. Now the company wants to grow globally, and seeks for equity investors through the international FundedByMe crowdfunding platform.
– The problem is simply huge and for some reason people just seems to have accepted it. We wanted to wake-up people by releasing the campaign during the Halloween week with a themed travel nightmare introduction video, and show them a viable solution with huge potential says Mr. Lasse Korvala, CEO of Active Ally Oy
– Active Ally Oy has an easily understood business, a solution to a well known problem with IPR in hand and an experienced team that we have had the opportunity to meet and evaluate in beforehand. We see the opportunity for co-operation and are investing into this company as a lead investor. We recommend this company with highly scalable business to other investor colleagues, says Mr. Antti Miettinen from Finnish investment company Guida Invest Oy. (photo: travel with confort)

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Respect and tolerance for everyone

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

parlamento europeo“The EU has a clear responsibility to promote equality, respect and tolerance for everyone, including LGBTI people,” says Ivan Scalfarotto, Undersecretary of State of the Italian Presidency of the Council of the EU “With this important conference the Italian Presidency wants to show its commitment to working with our EU partners to combat LGBTI discrimination and build a more inclusive society for all.”
“Too often, too many LGBTI people face discrimination and hostility for simply being themselves,” says FRA Director Morten Kjaerum. “The tides is changing and there has been positive momentum in many Member States. We must build on this. As the new European Parliament and Commission take office, the time is now ripe to put equality and non-discrimination of LGBTI people back on the EU’s agenda.”The Italian Presidency of the Council of the EU, in cooperation with the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) and the General Secretariat of the Council are hosting the high-level conference “Tackling sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination: next steps in EU and Member State policy making” at the Council of the EU.The conference aims to support the further development of policy responses by the EU and its Member States to address the fundamental rights challenges faced by LGBTI people in their daily lives, including hostility, hate crime, discrimination and bullying. It builds on the results of FRA’s EU LGBT survey and other studies that revealed the extent of discrimination and hate crime that LGBTI people face regularly at home, at work and in public.Many EU Member States have moved forward and have adopted legislation and policy measures that have improved the situation of LGBTI people. For example:In 2008, 9 Member States limited sexual orientation discrimination to just employment. By 2014, this has dropped to 3 Member States; In 2010, 8 Member States consider same-sex spouses as ‘family members’ in the context of free movement within the EU. This is now the case in 18 Member States. However, in practice hate crime, bullying and discrimination remain major problems for many LGBTI people. Comprehensive concrete legislative and non-legislative measures at the EU and national level are needed to improve the situation so all LGBTI people can live their lives in dignity and with respect. Over 400 decision makers and fundamental rights’ practitioners from across the EU are gathering to discuss how equality policies in different areas of the EU’s competence can be further strengthened and mainstreamed and what Member States can do to help. The results of such discussions will be a useful contribution to the broader equality and non-discrimination high-level event organised by the European Commission and the Italian Presidency that will take place in Rome from 6 to 7 November.

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“Water, energy, land and food security. The challenge of large-scale land acquisitions”

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

01.07.2009 Venezia. Concerto di Andrea Bocelli. © Marco Parente/UnionpressVenezia Wednesday 5th November 2014 at 2 p.m. at IUAV University of Venice, Room A1, Palazzo Ca’ Tron, Santa Croce 1957 The seminar will address the water dimension of large-scale land acquisitions and the challenges in accounting for these land transactions with contributions from
Maria Cristina Rulli (Politecnico di Milano) “Water appropriation in large-scale land acquisitions” Ward Anseeuw (University of Pretoria, South Africa)
“Renewed interest for agriculture and the rush for land – Some perspectives on investment models, trends and data”Societal pressure on the global land and freshwater resources is increasing as a result of the rising food demand by the growing human population, dietary changes, and the enhancement of biofuel production induced by the rising oil prices and recent changes in United States and European Union bioethanol policies. Many countries and corporations have started to acquire relatively inexpensive and productive agricultural land located in foreign countries, as evidenced by the dramatic increase in the number of transnational land deals between 2005 and 2009. Large scale land acquisition is driven by a need for agricultural land. In many cases, however, the lack of adequate freshwater resources in the investor country is also a major contributing factor. The comprehensive evaluation of the water associated to large scale land deals provides an estimate of the freshwater removed from target countries through crops export. This phenomenon is of particularly concern because it affects countries prone to malnourishment and in which demographic pressure is dramatically increasing.
Since much of the focus on large-scale land acquisitions is predominantly political and ideological, different models and practices embedded in the phenomenon and, by consequence the diverse implications they imply, tend to be overlooked. In addition, practices are changing and evolving rapidly. The objective of this presentation is to give a more disaggregated assessment of investment models implemented and to analyze their differentiated implications and trends. It will also lead to some reflections on data and the changing role data pays within the framework of the phenomenon and its regulation.

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Launch of the Global Residence and Citizenship Handbook

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

Global Residence & Citizenship HandbookHenley & Partners, the global leaders in residence and citizenship planning announce the publication of the 4th edition of the Global Residence & Citizenship Handbook. This book is the quintessential guide for global citizens and their advisers, such as law firms, tax consultants, private banks and family offices. At the same time the handbook is also invaluable for business owners, entrepreneurs and investors who are interested in expanding their horizons.The 4th edition has been released in response to the ever changing global landscape, and features new chapters on Citizenship-by-Investment in Malta and Cyprus and significant updates to the Canada, Malta and Portugal Residence-by-Investment chapters. All other content has been thoroughly researched and updated to give all interested parties the most up-to-date information and guidance available today.The Handbook covers all important aspects of residence rules, citizenship law, dual citizenship, passports and visa-free travel, tax and real estate planning, and many more internationally relevant topics. Key content includes:Comprehensive chapters on Residence Planning and Citizenship Planning
Information on citizenship, passports and visas, including the Henley & Partners Visa Restrictions Index, a global ranking of countries according to the travel freedom their citizens enjoy An overview of the world’s premier residence options, including chapters on Austria, Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong, Jersey, Malta, Monaco, Portugal, Singapore, Switzerland, the UAE, the UK and the US
A comparison of Citizenship-by-Investment options, and detailed exploration of the programs available today, including Antigua and Barbuda, Austria, Cyprus, Dominica, Malta, and St. Kitts and Nevis
The author, Christian H. Kälin, is a Swiss lawyer and Partner at Henley & Partners, as well as the Chairman of the firm’s Global Executive Committee. He is one of the pioneers and leading specialists in residence and citizenship planning.
Henley & Partners is the global leader in residence and citizenship planning. Each year, hundreds of wealthy individuals, families and their advisors rely on their expertise and experience in this area. The concept of residence and citizenship planning was created by Henley & Partners in the 1990s. As globalization has expanded, residence and citizenship have become topics of significant interest among the increasing number of internationally mobile entrepreneurs and investors who work with Henley & Partners.

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Mappato il microbiota intestinale dei malati di lupus eritematoso sistemico

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

apparato_digerenteE’ stato pubblicato sulla prestigiosa rivista scientifica MBio un lavoro riguardante lo studio del microbiota intestinale mediante l’impiego di un approccio metagenomico di soggetti affetti da lupus eritematoso sistemico. Nello specifico si tratta di una malattia cronica di natura autoimmune, che può colpire diversi organie tessuti del corpo. Come per molte malattie autoimmuni si è recentemente ipotizzato che il lupus eritematoso sistemico abbia anche un effetto di natura microbica con alterazione nella composizione della comunità microbica intestinale.
Mentre la parte clinica del progetto è stata eseguita da un gruppo spagnolo la caratterizzazione del microbiota intestinale dei pazienti, mediante l’impiego di un approccio meta genomico, è stata eseguita nel Laboratorio di Probiogenomica del Dipartimento di Bioscienze dell’Università di Parma e lo spin off accademico GenProbio. Questo è stato reso possibile, grazie alla presenza presso questa struttura, di una piattaforma di genomica microbica unica nel suo genere che oltre alla presenza di sequenziatori di DNA di ultima generazione vede anche l’esistenza di un gruppo bioinformatico specializzato nel settore della genomica batterica e analisi metagenomiche.
Il lavoro pubblicato ha permesso di studiare la composizione del microbiota intestinale di pazienti affetti da lupus eritematoso sistemico e ha fornito informazioni importanti riguardanti le possibili relazioni esistenti tra batteri intestinali e malattie autoimmuni.
Questo studio conferma l’impegno del Laboratorio di Probiogenomica, diretto da Marco Ventura, nell’ambito della genomica batterica, testimoniato dai diversi riconoscimenti internazionali degli ultimi anni, e rappresenta un altro importante passo nella comprensione delle basi molecolari responsabili dell’interazione microrganismi-ospite e dei derivanti effetti positivi o negativi sulla salute dell’ospite.

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Raccontare l’Italia al mondo

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

Roberto_Napoletano_Di Roberto Napoletano. C’è qualcosa di molto particolare che appartiene ai tratti costitutivi di un giornale, ne custodisce il senso profondo e l’anima, lo rende riconoscibile sempre a ogni ora e latitudine. Ho davanti agli occhi la faccia di Fabrizio Galimberti, uno dei vecchi di questo giornale, quando mi dice molti anni fa: nessuno può pensare di conoscere davvero l’Italia se non legge il Sole 24 Ore, il suo racconto quotidiano dell’economia e della finanza, il suo bagaglio di informazioni preziose per il ceto professionale e il mondo del lavoro autonomo, una politica di contenuti ancorata ai fatti e una proposta culturale impegnativa. Questo è il Sole 24 Ore: un modo asciutto, essenziale, di fare informazione che si sforza di garantire un racconto veritiero del Paese, si esprime con la scienza esatta dei numeri e un patrimonio mai scalfito di competenze.
Da oggi realizziamo il sogno più ambizioso: il racconto veritiero del Sole 24 Ore sull’Italia informerà il mondo, userà la lingua degli affari e i suoi canoni di sostanza e brevità, ma saremo noi (sempre noi) a spiegare il nostro Paese alla comunità internazionale degli investitori. Questo sarà Italy 24 (per dieci giorni accesso gratuito con http://www.Italy24.ilSole24Ore.com) il primo quotidiano digitale interamente in inglese interamente dedicato all’Italia. Abbiamo l’ambizione e l’orgoglio di raccontare il nostro Paese per quello che è, non per le troppe esemplificazioni e luoghi comuni che ne alterano e banalizzano la fisionomia. Abbiamo l’ambizione di raccontare questo Paese complesso senza mai sottacere nessuno dei vizi (sono tanti e duri a morire), ma anche l’unicità della sua manifattura, quel misto di innovazione e di saper fare, bellezza dei territori e talento artigianale, una certa idea made in Italy del lavoro e della vita che ha nel suo primato culturale cosmopolita la cifra più autentica e, in un cumulo di dimenticanze, la vergogna più grande. Lo faremo a modo nostro, con tutte le sezioni del Sole 24 Ore e anche qualcuna in più, lo faremo con il consueto rigore e senza mai rinunciare a quel tratto divulgativo che parte con la parola chiave nel Sole cartaceo e diventa Lexicon in Italy 24: un’enciclopedia in inglese scritta dai giornalisti e dagli esperti del giornale che offre in modo interattivo la fotografia di tutte le province italiane (pil pro capite, consumi, disoccupazione, depositi bancari, export, copertura banda larga, smaltimento cause civili e così via) ma anche luoghi da non perdere, i suoi monumenti più importanti, le aziende e i personaggi famosi; non ci sarà impresa, istituzione, società quotata, partito e leader politico, amministratore comunale o ministro, di cui Italy 24 non saprà segnalarti chi è con un semplice click. Vogliamo dirlo con chiarezza: la domanda mondiale di informazione che riguarda l’Italia spazia dalla politica alla finanza, dall’economia reale alla cultura, dal fisco alla burocrazia, investe gli equilibri della vecchia e nuova Europa (ci deve essere) e non merita di essere appannaggio totalitario dell’informazione estera. Per la prima volta ci sono un giornale italiano e la sua redazione che hanno deciso di farlo ogni giorno con contenuti propri ed esclusivi e puntano a quel primato della conoscenza che può, di fatto coincide, con l’interesse nazionale alla verità: la lingua degli affari, per spiegare ciò che spesso non si vuole capire, può essere decisiva.
Dico, spesso, che non esiste più Il Sole 24 Ore cartaceo ma il sistema multimediale del Sole con la sua filiera di quotidiani digitali verticali specializzati(Fisco, Diritto, Lavoro, Casa & Territori, Scuola, Enti locali, Finanza, Consulente finanziario, Assicurazioni già in rete, altri in arrivo: strumenti di lavoro che mettono insieme informazione, analisi tecnica, e banche dati) e, da oggi, con la stella cometa di Italy 24 che attua il disegno di internazionalizzazione di tutti i nostri contenuti, dal core business economico-finanziario e normativo alla cultura della Domenica del Sole. Vorrei, però, fosse chiaro a tutti che questo sistema multimediale è possibile ed esiste solo perché esistono prima i quattro giornali in uno (attualità, economia reale, finanza, professionisti) del vecchio Sole cartaceo, anima e bandiera di questo gruppo di informazione e di un certo modo di farla. Se ci riconosceranno in ogni parte del mondo, se riconosceranno nel racconto quotidiano dell’Italia il vecchio Sole, ne sono certo, avremo vinto la battaglia dell’innovazione più importante. (fonte foto Wikipedia)

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Erotomania e stalking nel nuovo psico-romanzo di Sibyl von der Schulenburg “Ti guardo”

Posted by fidest on Thursday, 30 October 2014

Pino Roveredo: “Ti guardo è un testo che ti spinge e costringe a inseguire il bisogno assoluto dell’ultima pagina” Uscito in libreria e negli store online il nuovo psico-romanzo di Sibyl von der Schulenburg “Ti guardo” edito da Il SybilPrato Publishing House. Con questo romanzo, l’imprenditrice italo-tedesca, laureata in materie giuridiche e psicologiche, continua la sua opera di ricognizione del disagio esistenziale dando forma a quello che può essere definito un nuovo sub-genere letterario: la psico-narrativa.Grazie agli studi di psicologia, Sibyl von der Schulenburg presenta sotto forma di narrazione ipotetici casi clinici. I personaggi, che l’autrice veste dei disturbi mentali riconosciuti dalla psicologia ufficiale, esibiscono i sintomi tipici della patologia raccontata e il finale diventa sintesi ineludibile di terapia ed evoluzione del disagio stesso.Erotomania e stalking sono al centro di “Ti guardo”. Come ha scritto Pino Roveredo: “non un libro da comodino, ma un testo che ti spinge e costringe a inseguire il bisogno assoluto dell’ultima pagina, verso il sospirato finale, arrivo sconvolgente e assolutamente straordinario”.Con ritmo serrato e stile asciutto, l’autrice delinea i tratti dell’erotomane fino all’evoluzione della patologia in atti di stalking e violenza. Il romanzo, adatto anche a chi è digiuno di nozioni di psicologia, rappresenta l’occasione per riflettere su un fenomeno atroce e crescente, spesso ragione evidente delle terribili violenze raccontate dai fatti di cronaca. (sybil)

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