Australian Embassy
Rome
Italy, San Marino, Albania, Libya

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Clean up the World

On Sunday 24 September, the Australian Embassy in Rome will be taking part in this year’s Clean up the World/Puliamo il Mondo event.

The initiative started in Australia in 1989 and has now spread around the world, with around 35 million volunteers in 130 countries.

Everyone is welcome to join us. We will be taking part at Villa Gordiani, entrance in Via Prenestina from 9am.  Look for the Legambiente stand.  We hope to see you there!

You can find further information and how you can get involved at: www.puliamoilmondo.it.

 

 

Direct Aid Program in Albania

The Australian Embassy in Rome is seeking project applications for funding under the Australian Direct Aid Program (DAP) in Albania.

Applicants must apply online by accessing: Smartygrants. You will need to register or log in to start an application form.

The application round will open on 1 September 2017 and will close on 12 October 2017. Applications will be ranked by an impartial selection committee and successful applicants will be advised in November 2017.

Enquiries can be sent to dap.rome@dfat.gov.au.

 

The Australian Embassy funded seven successful Direct Aid Program (DAP) projects in Albania for 2016-17. Read more...

 

 

National Survey on same sex marriage

The Australian Government will proceed with the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey of all Australians on the Commonwealth Electoral Roll. Instructions on survey participation will be published on the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) website. Please also see the factsheet.

 

 

Australian Focus Film Festival

 

The Australian Embassy of Rome and L’Isola del Cinema were delighted to present this year’s Australian Focus, two evenings of Australian cinema underneath the stars of Rome.

In June two films were screened: Goldstone, a compelling thriller in which an Aboriginal detective is swept up in an unexpected web of crime in the little town of Goldstone; Red Dog, a touching and true story of a dog who crossed most of the Australian continent to find his master.

Both films show fascinating, unique landscapes and tell unmistakeably Australian and yet universal stories.

Watch the Ambassador's 'speech' for the opening of Australian Focus - you may be surprised!

 

 

 

Introduction of credit and debit card payments

From 1 March 2017 the Australian Embassy in Rome will accept payments for Australian passport and consular services by credit or debit card only. It will no longer be possible to make payments using cash.

All credit and debit cards, with the exclusion of American Express, will be accepted.

 

Embassy's Twitter Account 

To receive the latest news on Australia, the Italy-Australia relationship and the work of the Embassy, follow the Embassy's Twitter account @AusAmbRome.

 

Launch of Italian Alumni Honour Roll

The Australian Embassy and the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) are pleased to launch the Italian Alumni Honour Roll to recognise the achievements of Italian alumni who have studied in Australia and the important contribution they have made to strengthening the ties between our two countries. Australia greatly values the significant contribution our international alumni make to our community, our bilateral relations and our people-to-people linkages. The honour roll contains a collection of interviews with talented Italian alumni, to recognise their achievements and to share their experiences.

  

 

Australian Embassy Rome Newsletter

Please email info-rome@dfat.gov.au if you would like to receive the Embassy Newsletter and other occasional communications from the Australian Embassy in Rome. Please include your name, email address, country of residence, and please specify whether you would prefer to receive communications in English or in Italian.

Please note that signing up for the Australian Embassy Rome Newsletter will only add you to the Embassy's newsletter mailing list. It will NOT automatically register you with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's online register of Australians abroad (ORAO) or on the Smartraveller website.

 

 Register your presence in Italy, San Marino, Libya, Albania

Register your presence in Italy, San Marino, Libya and Albania with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

All Australians who reside overseas or who are travelling for tourism or business, either for short or long stays, are encouraged to register with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The registration information provided by you will help us to find you in an emergency - whether it is a natural disaster, civil disturbance or a family emergency. It may also be used to pass other information to you such as, new Travel Advisories, notice of elections and information on other matters relevant to travellers and expatriates.