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Nancy Braun: creating accessibility



Delano’s February 2022 edition, available on newsstands starting 21 January Photo: Maison Moderne

Delano’s February 2022 edition, available on newsstands starting 21 January Photo: Maison Moderne

For its February 2022 cover interview, Delano caught up with Esch2022 director Nancy Braun on how the European Capital of Culture has broadened its mission and seeks to emphasise the potential of the region.

BraunBraun provides insights into the citizen participation and sustainable legacy of the Capital of Culture programme.

Then Delano is in conversation with foreign minister Jean AsselbornJean Asselborn (LSAP), who explains how small countries can make a difference in light of Luxembourg’s recent joining of the UN’s Human Rights Council for a three-year term.

Also in this issue:

·      An essay on open banking, and whether Luxembourg customers are actually reaping the benefits;

·      OGBL’s Nora BackNora Back and UEL’s Jean-Paul OlingerJean-Paul Olinger go head to head on 3G in the workplace;

·      Nordea Investment Funds managing director Sinor Chhor on ESG;

·      A discussion with DP politician and co-founder of We Belong Europe Jana Degrott on creating a safe space for diversity;

·      A business report on automobility;

·      Luxembourg School of Business’ Marin NjavroMarin Njavro on providing the local business community with top talent;

·      Actor/singer Sascha Ley on starring in Larisa Faber’s new play and her other projects;

·      Upcoming artist(e)s; and

·      Tips and events to woo your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day.

 

About Delano

The print edition of Delano, Luxembourg’s English language news magazine, is published 11 times a year, with eight issues accompanied by supplements. The magazine is available by subscription and at newsstands across the grand duchy. Delano also publishes two newsletters on weekdays: the “Breakfast briefing”, featuring world and local headlines to start the day informed, and the “Noon briefing”, covering the latest Luxembourg news and events, as well as specialised newsletters. Plus there are Delano Live events, which feature live interviews on topics covered by Delano magazine, but with a fresh perspective. Delano is on FacebookLinkedin and Twitter.