The Global Compact Network Italy Foundation (GCNI Foundation) was established with the primary purpose of contributing to the development of the UN Global Compact in Italy, an initiative for the promotion of a culture of corporate citizenship fostered and managed by the United Nations on a global scale.

The mission of the GCNI Foundation is articulated in 7 points. In accordance with the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact (UNGC), the Foundation aims to:

  1. be recognized as an institutional spokesperson that allows companies engaged in sustainability in a multi-stakeholder perspective to be heard
  2. raise awareness and the level of national involvement
  3. help make sustainability the main lever of change in pursuit of a future that is more efficient, more equitable and safer in the management of resources
  4. be characterized as a subject oriented towards the development of operational solutions and the creation of shared economic, social and environmental values
  5. encourage partnerships, collective actions and dialogue among all actors in the promotion of sustainability
  6. promote accountability, fairness and transparency in communication and corporate reporting
  7. endorse the contribution of Italian companies and synergies at international level

Organization

Presidency
Marco Frey

Vice Presidency
Francesca Magliulo
Angela Tanno

General Secretary
Alessia Sabbatino

Board of Directors
Marco Frey (President)

Alessandro Beda (Counselor)
Silvia Fortuna (Counselor)
Carlo Giupponi (Counselor)
Francesca Magliulo (Counselor)
Patricia Navarra (Counselor)
Sabina Ratti (Counselor)
Fulvio Rossi (Counselor)
Angela Tanno (Counselor)

Auditor
Domenico Antonelli

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Schedule
30 May 2017

The Global Compact Network Italy Foundation has organized an "Advanced" level Communications on Progress Webinar for 30th May. This is the second appointment of the Cycle of Webinars on the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) reporting instruments. This cycle of webinars is sponsored by the Foundation and is open to all Italian organizations participating in the UNGC.

► The target participants of this initiative are the UNGC member companies who are interested in examining the requirements for the change from "Active" to "Advanced" status within the Differentiation Program of the Communication on Progress started in 2011 by the Global Compact Office in New York.

The seminar will focus on the qualification criteria of the Communication on Progress - COP as "Advanced". The self-assessment questionnaire that companies are required to fill in before transmitting the document to the Global Compact Office in order to qualify its COP as "Advanced", will be specifically analysed in detail as well at this meeting. Some best practices will be shared and discussed with the participants in an interactive manner.

Due to the interactive nature of the meeting, the seminar is limited to a maximum of ten active connections and registration is required.

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Founders and Participants

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sodalitas

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gse

deco industrie

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italcementi

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gruppo generali

enel

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Venice International University

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fondazione sviluppo sostenibile

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acea

telecom italia

fondazione eni enrico mattei

unicredit

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ergo italia

snam rete gas eni

pentapolis

universita ca foscari venezia

intesa san paolo

cariparma

barilla

aatlantia

terna

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sofidel

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edison

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