Italian users who visited cooking sites increased by 22% in March and 11% in April. Did we really all become chefs during the lockdown?

Lockdown pushed Italians to cook more, and to look for new recipes. Giallozafferano.it is the most consulted website, but the highest growth rate is recorded by the food delivery sites, first of all Justeat.it

As everyone knows, food and cooking are two important elements of Italian culture. Italians like good food, variety and always looking for new ideas. It is not surprising, then, that during the months of lockdown, with more time at their disposal, many people have spent time cooking, experimenting with new recipes. So, did we all really become chefs at the end of the quarantine?

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Work, wellness and emotions during quarantine: data from the survey by Fondazione Libellula on the different experiences of men and women

A webinar to present the results of the survey: 1 woman out of 3 says she took care of her children, only 1 man out of 100 says the same. Outside of working hours, women were involved in household work, men in entertainment. Many feel tired, apathetic, with concentration disorders and fears.

The quarantine has upset everyone’s lives, but the health emergency is having a different impact on women. This is confirmed by data from the survey carried out by the Fondazione Libellula, active in the fight against violence and gender discrimination.

The results of the study will be presented on Thursday 18 June 2020 at 10:00 a.m. Italian Time, during the free webinar “Women and men in quarantine: work, well-being and emotions”, open to all HR, D&I, Welfare, Marketing or Communication managers of companies, upon registration at the link: https://bit.ly/2BdVXg1.

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#Istayhome with the animals of Zoomarine!

The Amusement Park has shared online videos, available free of charge, to tell children and teenagers about the animal world.

The Italian Government has extended the lockdown until May 3rd, and therefore also the closure of schools, amusement parks and meeting places. Tens of thousands of children and teenagers locked indoors, between boredom and PC screen. To cheer their days in a fun but at the same time educational way, Zoomarine has decided to produce videos in which they talk about the animals guests of the park. The videos are available online for free.

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