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telecom italia

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Venice International University

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Schedule
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07 Jun 2016

In Milan on 7th June a day to meet and work on the theme of "Sustainable management of the supply chain" promoted by the Global Compact Network Italy Foundation (GCNI Foundation) will be held.

22 Jun 2016

The UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2016 (22-23 June 2016, New York) will provide a dynamic stage to jump-start business action everywhere on the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs address the most important economic, social, environmental and governance challenges of our time, providing a clear and compelling direction for the future.

05 Jul 2016

The Global Compact Network Italy Foundation has published the activities plan for 2016 for the "Anti-corruption" Working Group.

The first meeting 2016 of the Working-Group was held on 8th of March and it was focused on the topic "Anti-corruption management systems (e.g. Model 231)".

07 Jul 2016

The Global Compact Network Italy Foundation’s (Foundation GCNI) "Business & Human Rights" Working Group will meet again on 7th July.

19 Jul 2016

On 21st April 2016, the Global Compact Network Italy Foundation’s "Reporting" Working Group held its latest meeting which was aimed at finalizing the methodological paper focused on the method of operation and use for the strategic purposes of materiality analysis.

News

gcniThe UNFCCC’s Kyoto Protocol (1997) strongly grasped itself, as one of its fundamental elements, to the development of a market for carbon emissions. From that moment on, governments around the world have been increasingly pursuing market-based mechanisms to reduce CO2 emissions.
Despite the growing and recognized role of market mechanisms in climate mitigation and the call for carbon pricing in the Paris agreement by both governments and businesses, the agreement ended up making reference to carbon pricing only in a non-binding political section of the text, stating that countries "recognize the important role of providing incentives for emission reduction activities, including tools such as domestic policies and carbon pricing".

tempioThe Global Compact Network Italy Foundation’s Board of Directors met on 28th April and reviewed and accepted the requests for membership to the Global Compact’s Italian Network which were presented by the Etimos Foundation and Philip Morris Italy, who already participate in the initiative at international level (United Nations Global Compact). By joining, the two organizations have acquired the GCNI Foundation’s status of "Founding Member".

gcniIn Prague on 5th and 6th of May there was a meeting of the Local European Networks (LNs) of the United Nations Global Compact in which the Global Compact Network Italy Foundation (GCNI Foundation) participated with a delegation. The meeting resulted in an interesting and profitable opportunity to discuss and reflect together about actions and projects shared across Europe.

lente“Integrating sustainability as a critical success factor”: throughout the year, the CSR Manager Network is offering SMEs a full education and specialist consultancy program of workshops, webinars, sustainability reporting consultancy and laboratories, to help small businesses turn sustainability into a success factor.

ingranaggioOn 8th February 2016, in line with the UNEP – United Nations Environment Programme initiative "UNEP Inquiry - Design a Sustainable Financial System" and the launch of the Working Group "Green Finance Study Group" co-chaired by Britain and China in the context of G-20; following up on what was signed at the Paris Agreement, the launch of the 2030 Agenda, and the growing focus on environmental and climatic risks that afflict the financial world as well as the real economy, Italy launched the "National Dialogue on Sustainable Finance" at a national level.

tempioThe first Meeting in 2016 of the Founding Members of the Global Compact Network Italy Foundation was held on April 28th, at the Rome headquarters of ABI - Italian Banking Association. On the agenda, among other points, was the election of the new members of the Foundation's Board of Directors (who, after their own election, were called to appoint the Chairman and the Secretary General of the organization).

tempioThe Global Compact Network Italy Foundation (GCNI Foundation) has published its third activities report  referring to the period 1st January 2015 to 31st December 2015. The Report is one of the main information and communication tools that the Foundation uses externally.

ingranaggioOn 15th March "The Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Conference: a new era for business?", conference was held in Milan, an event which was sponsored in partnership with Assolombarda, CSR Manager Network, the Global Compact Network Italy Foundation and the Sodalitas Foundation.

2015 was a pivotal year for sustainable development. The new Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted in September by the United Nations, which aims to address the current economic, social and environmental challenges that are an obstacle to a green and inclusive economic growth for both the current and future generations. The agenda includes, among other things, 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets to be achieved by 2030. It ended in December with the cd. Paris Agreement, the twenty-first meeting among the parties within the  United Nations Framework Conference on Climate Change (COP 21). The agreement provides for a very ambitious goal: to keep the increase of the planet’s  global temperature far below 2 ° C, ideally pursuing the goal of + 1.5 ° C.

lenteThe Italian association of CSR and sustainability professionals produced the position paper "Quality and sustainability in public procurement" in view of the transposition into Italian law of 23/24/25 2014 EU Directives on concessions and procurement of Public Administration and "special sector" contracting

ingranaggioOn March 8th, the "Anti-Corruption" Working Group’s 2016 work program was launched, which will focus on four main themes, previously identified by the Group as "potential areas of corporate risk". The first meeting of the year took place in Milan and focused on the topic of Anti-corruption management systems in firms.

tempioAs part of the last meeting of the Global Compact Network Italy Foundation Board, held on February 23rd, the applications for membership submitted to the Foundation by Acque S.p.A. (joining the Foundation as a "Participant") and VIU - Venice International University (joining as a "Founding Member") were evaluated and accepted.

The Foundation welcomes the new member organizations!
 

gcniThe UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2016 (22-23 June 2016, New York) will provide a dynamic stage to jump-start business action everywhere on the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs address the most important economic, social, environmental and governance challenges of our time, providing a clear and compelling direction for the future. Agreed by all UN Member States, these new global goals are set to be a major driver of the markets of tomorrow and can unleash a wave of sustainable products, services and business innovations.

The Ten Principles
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Principle 1: Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and
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Principle 2: make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.
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Principle 3: Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining;
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Principle 4: the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour;
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Principle 5: the effective abolition of child labour; and
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Principle 6: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.
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Principle 7: Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges;
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Principle 8: undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility; and
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Principle 9: encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.
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Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.

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