Author: Sarah Crowe

Sarah Crowe is a former international journalist, who has worked for the UN/UNICEF for the past 16 years, and currently lives and works in Florence.
March 15, 2020

The best and the worst

Like a bolt out of the blue, it became deadly serious. It was as if a war had been declared and every day the frontline shifted.
October 14, 2019

UNICEF in Florence: upcoming events

In a city steeped in history, anniversaries in Florence are a dime a dozen, but a history that foretold a future is rare indeed. Thirty years ago, something remarkable happened. Against the backdrop of global upheaval, with the fall of the Berlin wall, the advent of the internet, decline of the apartheid regime, end of […]
June 26, 2019

Lost cat / found cat

When Pickles the Cat, a gorgeous fat, fluffy, ginger tabby bordering Maine Coon, was born in the closet of a rambling, old, colonial home of mad, bad and buzzy Johannesburg South Africa, little did he (or indeed we) know he would find himself lost in the maze of Renaissance Florence 15 years later. It was […]