Angela Giuffrida is a freelance journalist based in Roma, RM, Italia. She is available for news and feature projects connected to Italy, covering everything from breaking news and politics to business, the economy and current affairs. She is also available to provide commentary to radio stations and broadcasters. Recent clients include The Huffington Post's World Post, The Guardian, i news, Sky News UK, Radio New Zealand, Talk Radio UK and CNN. More information can be found here: www.angelagiuffrida.com.
Just one example of the work I did for The New York Times back in 2011 - I took myself to Sidi Bouzid, the Tunisian town where the Arab Spring unfolded, six months after the revolution.
This piece is related to travel but is also an intriguing account of Civita di Bagnoregio, a mysterious Italian town and just one example of the many which is rapidly becoming becoming a 'ghostown'.
This was an analysis on Italy's upcoming referendum (Dec 4th), which many fear will topple the government and bring about economic and political instability.
I went to Amatrice, the Italian town destroyed by an earthquake in August, a couple of days after the quake hit.
I cover Italy news for The Guardian on a Sunday.
I went to Lampedusa, the Italian island on the frontline of the European migrant crisis, to do a profile on Pietro Bartolo, a doctor who for years has been helping migrants and who also features in 'Fire At Sea', Italy's foreign film hopeful for an Oscar in 2017.