British Institute of Florence: an Interview with John Hooper | Monday, 28th November

Nov 21, 2022 | General, Information Portal, Members news, News

The British Chamber of Commerce for Italy is pleased to invite you to an interview about the political and economic outlook in Italy and beyond, hosted by the British Institute of Florence. Continuing their conversation before the election in September, John Hooper, Italy & Vatican Correspondent for The Economist, will again be interviewed by Morgan Fiumi at 18:30 on Monday, 28th November

John Hooper is an award-winning writer and journalist whose experience of Italian politics stretches back more than 25 years. In addition to his writing for The Economist, John had previously worked for The Guardian and the BBC. Recently, he has contributed to  The Wall Street Journal and written his book The Italians, an international bestseller.

A couple of months ago the general election in Italy saw the far-right Fratelli d’Italia party win the biggest share of the votes. Meanwhile, the world is in a state of “permacrisis” – climate change, the Ukraine war, cost of living and inflation, political radicalisation, etc. The question is, What is the political and economic outlook for Italy and the wider world as we head into winter (literally and metaphorically)?                                       
                                                                                                                                                       
If you are in Florence and would like to attend the lecture in person please click the link below or send an email to bif@britishinstitute.it The registration fee is 10 Euro per person. All participants are invited to wear a mask throughout the event. To join this lecture with Zoom (no reservation necessary), simply click here. There is no charge to attend the event on Zoom, but we ask you to consider making a donation to support the Institute and its beautiful library if you wish to attend an event, donate here                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
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