Media: A royal wedding has stirred up a storm over the Grand Duchy’s nationality laws.
The first autumn issue of Delano is out today, featuring a fresh new format that makes the publication more accessible.
To mark the new debut, the October edition features eight different covers, each featuring a Luxembourg resident of a different nationality. That is because the cover story focuses on a soon-to-be fresh Luxembourg citizen, Countess Stéphanie de Lannoy. She was given special dispensation to obtain Luxembourg nationality on the day of her wedding to Crown Prince Guillaume, sparking a renewed debate over the Grand Duchy’s nationality laws. Delano brings perspective from political activists to members of the international community.
The October issue also addresses the debate over the brand new European School in Mamer, which has left some parents boiling, and Jean Asselborn, the foreign minister, talks about this month’s debate at the UN over Luxembourg’s Security Council bid.
In addition, Delano offers up a three dimensional look at ten of Luxembourg’s freshest start-ups, as well as a nifty guide to the region’s airports; tells you why Luxembourg is thinking pink; and has 11 ways to beat the fall blues and 5 places for a happy Halloween.
Delano, the English language monthly for Luxembourg’s international community, is available at newsstands across the Grand Duchy and online at www.delano.lu. And don’t forget to download Delano’s Ten Things To Do This Week, our free app for iPhone & iPad.