De Bacci Family Attends Arab Youth International Model United Nations in Dubai

De Bacci Family attended the Arab Youth International Model United Nations in Dubai.

“Arab Youth International Model United Nations (AYIMUN) is a recognized United Nations Simulation Conference and an exciting opportunity for the youth to foster dialogue on creating change and building peace worldwide.   

During the conference, delegates from around the world came together to debate on the rising global issues, draft resolutions in response to the problems, and collaborate with others who are equally motivated and passionate in creating the change.

Young delegates had the opportunity to recreate the sessions at the UN and represent their assigned countries as diplomats, addressing sensitive political issues of today.

Government officials, UN representatives, ambassadors, professors and mentors joined the young delegates at the conference providing guidance and advice.

Countess Elena De Dacci and Countessina Anna De Bacci attended the event on behalf of De Bacci Family.

Countessina Anna De Bacci commented:

We are truly delighted to having attended such a wonderful conference. It was a pleasure to see hundreds of young people working together towards finding sustainable solutions to the issues our world is facing today.

We express our appreciation to the AYIMUN for creating this large active youth community that aspires to bring peace and prosperity across all nations. May God bless this beautiful initiative!

“Blessed are the peacemakers:for they shall be called the children of God.”

Matthew 5:9

De Bacci Family Attends Blockchain Week at the DIFC Innovation Hub

De Bacci Family attended the Blockchain Week at the DIFC Innovation Hub in Dubai.

“The DIFC Innovation Hub – the largest startup community in the region – is home to over 350 early & growth stage start-ups, established innovation companies, digital labs, VC firms, regulators and educational entities across sectors. This thriving facility is a key initiative aimed at generating new economic value by fostering the development of innovation, enterprise, and talent across sectors, especially in future-oriented industries.”

During five days, innovators and investors from around the world joined panel discussions, fireside chats, and workshops sessions at the DIFC, diving into crypto banking, digital assets, smart contracts and more.

Countessina Anna De Bacci attended the event on behalf of De Bacci Family by invitation of Pushkin Agha, Founder & CEO of Vertex Events.

Countessina held a discussion with the CEO of Ripple South Asia & MENA, Navin Gupta, about the new generation adapting to digital world.

Arif Amiri, CEO of DIFC Authority, said:

Awareness and adoption of Blockchain is growing rapidly. DIFC Blockchain Week is a unique opportunity to meet the best minds in the sector and discuss ways to strengthen and expand Blockchain use cases.

De Bacci Family Attends The Big 5 Show in Dubai

De Bacci Family attended The Big 5, International Building and Construction Show, in Dubai, under the Patronage of H.H.Sheikh Mohamed Bin Ahmed Al Nahyan.

“On the 12 September 2021, doors opened for The Big 5 at Dubai World Trade Centre welcoming back the global construction industry to reconnect face to face for the first time in two years.”

The industry’s top innovators from 50 countries came together to show their latest achievements, share ideas and discuss new opportunities.

His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum inaguarated the event.

Countess Elena De Bacci and Countessina Anna De Bacci attended the conference on behalf of De Bacci Family by invitation of Dr Orazio VenutiPugliaSwiss.

Countess Elena De Bacci said:

We are delighted to having attended this show and express our great gratitude to His Highness for making our stay in Dubai so joyful and inspiring!

Countessina Anna De Bacci said:

My dear grandfather Nikolai has been a Director of multiple construction projects in Moscow and throughout Russia, including Sberbank and Bolshoi Theatre. Due to his endearing me, since my childhood, I have been fascinated by architecture. The innovative masterpieces that we saw at The Big 5 are definitely worth seeing.

De Bacci Family Attends Blockhain Summit Dubai 2021 by Vertex

De Bacci Family attended the Blockhain Summit 2021 in Dubai by Vertex under the Patronage of H.H.Sheikh Mohamed Bin Ahmed Al Nahyan.

“This summit is a leading gathering of senior decision-makers discussing the impact of blockchain and associated technologies on financial services.”

The industry’s leading voices came together at the legendary Ballroom of JW Mariott Marquis Hotel Dubai to discuss and accelerate the development of blockchain technologies in banking and finance institutions. 

Among the honourable guests were:

Ambassadors, CEOs, directors, businessmen, investors and philanthropists from the Middle East, USA, Europe joined the summit panel discussions.

Countessina Anna De Bacci attended the conference on behalf of De Bacci Family by invitation of Pushkin Agha, Founder & CEO of Vertex Events.

Countessina Anna De Bacci, Family Protection Ambassador, said:

I am so delighted to be here today. In our fast-pacing society, it is so important to dedicate the time to come together and sit down, write down out thoughts and share them with each other – this is how new solutions are born. The Blockhain Summit by Vertex provides a great platform for networking and brainstorming for the greatest minds in the fintech industry.

I am also very happy to announce that earlier this year I have launched a new program at the New Educational System MareLucci called Financial Education. One of the courses is dedicated explicitly to learning about various cryptocurrencies, understanding how blockhain technology works and helping young boys and girls responsibly manage and multiply their money.

I send my gratitude to Mr Agha for his cordial invitation and wish Vertex Events growth and prosperity. May God bless you and your new upcoming events!

De Bacci Family & FERW Presents ‘Qatar 2022 The World Cup of Arabia’ Book in Monaco

(FERW) – The 2022 WORLD Cup in Qatar will rewrite the international community’s perception of the Middle East by showing that it is “open-minded, creative, passionate, curious, generous and kind”, a new book has claimed.

The book, Qatar 2022 The World Cup of Arabia, written by the award-winning journalist, Ioannis Daras, claims that next year’s world cup “…opens a rare window of opportunity to set the record straight and rehabilitate the Middle East’s much-abused reputation by taking to a world stage in full view of more than one billion people around the globe.”

“This event is a chance for the region to establish a modernist legacy and promote a more positive perception and understanding of the diversity of its inhabitants as people open-minded, creative, passionate, curious, generous and kind.”

It compares the Qatar World Cup with the rugby and football world cups in South Africa in 1995 and 2010, which it says, went a long way to offset a national image still sullied by the lingering aftermath, its notorious Apartheid regime and the associated horrors that spilt over to Namibia and Angola.”

It continues:

“Hosting the 2010 tournament offered South Africa and the entire continent a unique chance to present a new African order, consolidating the positive effects of the 1995 rugby World Cup. Once again, a major sports event advanced reconciliation and unity in Nelson Mandela’s new South Africa.

“The senior sports columnist Kevin Garside, of the London Daily Telegraph, summed it up aptly when, reporting on South Africa 2010 World Cup event, he noted how it went a long way towards removing ‘the veil of fear that blinds foreigners to the country’s appeal.’ Hosting the 2010 tournament turned out to be a unifying catalyst, that is, a ‘coming out party not only for South Africa but for a continent.’ The event has a lasting legacy for South Africa and for the continent as a while, bolstering tourism and foreign direct investments.”

Mr Daras, argues that the Qatar World Cup could have a similar effect for the whole Middle East, but only if all Qatar and its neighbours present a unified image.

“The day FIFA’s executive committee chose Qatar to host the World Cup of 2022, 2 December 2010, was preceded by a series of tragic events and significant setbacks in the Middle East that sowed an atmosphere of despair and devastation. This cycle of unfolding misfortune included the war in Iraq that broke out in 2003, in Lebanon (2006) and Gaza (2008), right up to the political collapse in Egypt. One tragic event after the other sustained the impression that the Middle East region was in freefall.

“Then, against all predictions, came the break-through moment, the surprise announcement that shocked friend and foe alike – Qatar had won the chance to invite the entire world to the Middle East, selected against all the odds to host the 2022 World Cup. Celebrities, dignitaries, investors, business people, football fans plus the entire world media would all be trekking to the region to take part in the world’s most popular sports event.”

He continued:

“Inviting the world to come to see and experience Arab hospitality, culture, and lifestyle is a sure-fire remedy guaranteed to dispel negative perceptions and prejudice. Making the Arab world more accessible and more relatable for foreign audiences would counter and reverse the undermining process of ‘otherisation’.”

The book includes chapters on the offering by Qatar, including regional reconciliation, the social and cultural potential for the tournament, planned infrastructure, the stadiums, efforts to offset the environmental impact and the planned legacy.    

It was commissioned by the European arm of the sports think tank, FIFA Ethics & Regulations Watch (FERW), as part of a series of reviews and studies that hopes to explore the positive benefits of hosting mega-sporting and cultural events, including changes to human and worker rights, economic growth and the impact on a countries political system.

The first presentation of the book took place at the private Villa Vivaldi Monaco of the Chevalier Juan Henri Tamenne. The event was organized under the patronage of La Famiglia De Bacci, by FERW PR Director, Elena De Bacci, FERW Spokesperson and Communications Director, Anna De Bacci.

The presentation was attended by honoured guests: Her Royal Highness Marquise Nicole de Chambrun, Namira Salim, Astronaut and Co-Founder of Virgin Galactic.

Other notable attendees included: Chris Becker, Consul of Mozambique in Monaco, Amin Belahbib, Councillor Of Beausoleil City Hall and Mme Bintou, Carlo Carpi, Candidate for President of Liguria Region, Olesea Cubari Former Assistant at Embassy & Consulate of Moldova in Austria, Guéorgui Chichkine, Honourable Citizen of Monaco and prominent artist, Madame Raissa Romanova, Romanov Royal Family descendant and Professor, Evgenia Osokina, Owner of Luxury Magazine, Ivana Ilic-Labia, CEO of Luxury Magazine Vienna, Shalini Arora Kochhar, Founder of Mission Women On Top Monaco Magazine with a spouse Dave Hahnraths, Entrepreneur, Daniel Jean Marc Daniel, Entrepreneur, Martha Cortes, Entrepreneur, Alberto Mancini, Entrepreneur, Oleg Vorontzoff, Entrepreneur, Alex Cht Charlet, Entrepreneur, Courtney McConnel, American Author, Ying Vicky Jsc Ling, Chinese media presenter, Tony Hamler, Fashion designer, Inessa Malenko, Event Agency, Grégory Bakian, Producer, Dave van Dorst, Artist.

Welcoming greetings to guests were sent by His Excellency Theodor von de Wahl, Alfie Best, Top 500 UK Richest and Owner of FC East Thurrock, Bradley Chapman, Managing Director at Alfie Best Business, Victoria and Ernesto Marco, Owners of Luxury Magazine, Robert W. Sutton, Former Chairman of the Broward Republican Party, Peter Webster, Director at Thea Limited, Jianlin Wang, Bloomberg and Forbes Wealthiest Individuals, Cris Egger, Italian Aristocracy, Edmond Fokker van Crayestein, Harvard Business University Alumnus, Tony Taylor, Top Gospel Artist 2020 from Hollywood, Thomas Mis, Royal Gentlemen Club, Thomas Luigi Mastroianni, Expert of Royal Houses, Isabella Wang, Singer, Pajtim Sula, Foreign Ministry of Albania, Kulvinder Sethi, Honoured Citizen of Kuweit, Kristina Silfverskiöld, Swedish Aristocracy, GD Singh, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur, Author & World Peace Advocate, Eric Brundage, Owner of Monaco Life Magazine.

Anna De Bacci, FERW’s International Representative & Spokesperson commented:

“This is the first publication FERW have produced looking specifically at Qatar 2022. While it takes an optimistic look at the opportunities the World Cup creates both regionally and internationally, it recognises the considerable challenges of presenting a more positive picture of Islamic culture and society to a global audience of more than a billion football fans, especially given the turbulent and often violent past of recent years.

“But as globalisation continues and thanks in no part to the unremitting focus of the media, things are starting to change. Since the awarding of the tournament, we have seen a series of major reforms to workers and human rights in Qatar and other countries in the region appear to be following them. While no one would argue the situation is perfect, the reforms have been significant and positive.

“These changes lead us to ask the question, how should mega-sporting and cultural events be awarded in the future and how can we bake in a firm commitment to social reform and economic benefits, how can these be independently monitored and what are the sanctions should they not take place? These are important questions as next year in addition to Qatar 2022, we will also see the Winter Olympics hosted by Beijing, which has faced a huge amount of criticism due to their treatment of the Uyghur Muslims, environmental concerns and the reaction to protests in Hong Kong.”

Miss De Bacci concluded:

“FERW believes that the IOC and other sporting authorities have failed to support meaningful social change and have left this to the conscience of individual host countries and the world’s media to police. This perhaps explains why in smaller countries like Qatar we have seen a step-change, compared with larger countries like China, where reform still seems a very long way off.”         

FERW will be publishing further reports and books looking at the history of mega sporting events, the economic benefits of the tournaments, its’ legacy and how sporting and cultural events can raise human and workers’ rights and how this must be integral to future bids from those countries wanting to host them. 

De Bacci Family Joins UK Parliamentarians, FERW and Football Legends in Heartbeat Campaign

De Bacci Family is joining footballing legends, parliamentarians and footballing think tank, FIFA Ethics & Regulations Watch, in their Heartbeat Campaign.

Elite Club World’s Birthday Message to Elena De Bacci

(Elite Club World) – On July 9th, we are celebrating Birthday of our Member and Peace Ambassador – Countess Elena De Bacci!

Born in the snowy Siberia, Elena has extensively traveled the world, and now resides between London, Monaco and Dubai.

Above all, Elena cherishes her Christian values that she nurtures in her multicultural family. 

She is happily married to a descendant of a Noble Florentine family and has two beautiful adult children.

Countess represents De Bacci Family Foundation  worldwide and leads various humanitarian initiatives together with her daughter Anna.

Apart from being a natural-born businesswoman, Elena is dedicated to enhancing the modern society. She regularly organizes conferences on the protection of family, history, cultural values, promotes humanitarian and charitable projects.

Elena’s kind heart, joyful spirit, amicable personality, creativity, irresistible beauty and excellent sense of style have attracted millions of hearts around the world to her. Among them, are some brightest people of the 21st century, representatives of the noble class, philanthropists and talented businesspersons.

They all agree that Elena is one of those people whose smile is impossible to forget, because it lightens up any room she walks into.

We wish Elena a very Happy Birthday and many more to come!

Baron Daniel and Baroness Marina Von Lison


Elite Club World

Elite Club World’s Birthday Message to Anna De Bacci

(Elite Club World) – On June 2nd, we are celebrating Birthday of our member – Anna De Bacci!

Anna was born in Moscow, raised on the Adriatic Sea, educated at an American university and now lives between London, Monaco and Dubai.

Coming from a traditional Christian family, Anna values family and God first and foremost. With great enthusiasm, she supported the Family Protection initiative, which was started by her mother Countess Elena De Bacci in 2014. Since then, Anna has repeatedly appeared on the official video channel of the De Bacci family, organised conferences and discussions on the protection of family and children.

Five years ago, Anna founded the International Children’s Talents Club to give children from all backgrounds an opportunity to develop their personality in the direction of their Divine calling.

Anna actively participates in the life of the modern society, speaks at conferences dedicated to human rights, peacemaking and diplomatic relations, supports and promotes humanitarian and charitable projects and organisations.

With a brilliant business education and a strong interest in economics that she has inherited from her father Stefano, she is also developing her own investment business. Despite her young age, Anna has an amazing and clear understanding of modern reality.

Her feminine charm, beauty, intelligence, ease of communication, cheerful disposition, elegance and style have made her one of the brightest stars of the international elite. Excellent upbringing and love for people of all races and classes have attracted many friends to her. These are diplomats, politicians, representatives of the noble class and philanthropists who value and cherish her friendship.

We wish Anna a very Happy Birthday and many more to come!

Baron Daniel and Baroness Marina Von Lison


Elite Club World

Easter Message from Family Protection Ambassador Anna De Bacci

Anna De Bacci, Family Protection Ambassador, sends an Easter message to the Christian Orthodox world on behalf of De Bacci Family.

Revealing The Secret behind Painting by Piero della Francesca, Ancestor of De Bacci Family

Piero della Francesca (1415 – 1492) was an Italian painter of the Early Renaissance. His paintings are characterized by its serene humanism, use of geometric forms and perspective. To contemporaries, he was also known as a mathematician and a geometer. According to historical records, he is one of the great ancestors of the Noble De Bacci Family.

‘La Flagellation’, Piero della Francesca, 1468–1470

In ‘La Flagellation’, Piero depicts Giovanni Bacci, a hitherto somewhat unnoticed humanist from Arezzo, who is, interestingly, another ancestor of Noble De Bacci Family. This painting is considered one of the art history’s absolute masterpieces and among the most mysterious of all times. Some of its secrets we will attempt to reveal below.

This work, datable to 1459, recalls the loss of Buonconte da Montefeltro, Lord Urbino’s son, educated and virtuous, portrayed as the barefooted blond in the foreground, who died from the plague in 1458 at only 17 years of age.

To his left, is an Arezzo native, Giovanni Bacci, recognized as the person who commissioned the painting. After a careful investigation, we may suggest the solution to the enigma of Piero lies in the link of the painter through one of his patrons, Giovanni Bacci, to the theological and political battles of the time.

The particular context was the advance of the Ottomans on Constantinople and the 1438-1439 Florence-Ferrara General Council. The agenda of this council was recovering the bridge between Eastern and Western Churches, a Byzantine strategy to obtain more aid from the West in the face of threat from the Middle East.

The bearded man’s face is that of Cardinal Bessarion, godfather of the deceased Buonconte.

In the background, Pilate, seated and identified with the Emperor John VIII Palaiologos, is considered an accomplice of the Turk standing with his back turned, who commands the flagellation of Christ, a symbol of suffering for Eastern Christians.

Supposedly, the painting was sent by Bessarion to Federico da Montefeltro through Bacci so he would rise against the Turks, leveraging his paternal sensitivity, suffering like the Eastern Church that lost its favorite son (interpretation of Carlo Ginzburg).

The precise representation of perspective and noonday sun, typical of Piero, highlight the architectural decorations, recalling the classic ones in the ducal palace.

While we have found some clues to the great mystery behind this historical painting by Piero della Francesca, there is still so much more to be discovered…