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
Luigi Lazzareschi
Sabina Ratti

General Secretary
Alessia Sabbatino

Board of Directors
Marco Frey (President)

Alessandro Beda (Counselor)
Marina Donati (Counselor)
Stefano Gardi (Counselor)
Luigi Lazzareschi (Counselor)
Francesca Magliulo (Counselor)
Chiara Mio (Counselor)
Sabina Ratti (Counselor)
Fulvio Rossi (Counselor)

Auditor
Domenico Antonelli

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Schedule
23 Sep 2015

The Global Compact Network Italy Foundation’s "Anti-Corruption" Working Group will meet again on September 23rd via web (webinar). The start of the second phase of the sharing of business practices on topics deemed sensitive in the fight against corruption will take place in the meeting. In particular, the new themes that the Working Group will study have been selected by the Group, through a survey promoted by the Foundation among the participants of the activities and aimed at identifying additional areas of interest on which to focus the work in the coming months. Some of the areas identified for further study: Negotiation, stipulation and execution of sponsorship contracts; Whistle-blowing; Relations with the public administration; Purchase of consulting services.

The ultimate goal will be the development of the output of the cross-reading of shared corporate experiences in order to build an implementation dashboard and the improvement of policy to protect and control the risk areas explored.

For further information please write to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

05 Oct 2015

After the study seminar held last July 7th which focused on "Mapping, selection and consultation tools for external stakeholders" in reference to the process of materiality analysis, the Global Compact Network Italy Foundation’s "Reporting" Working Group will meet again on 5th October from 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. The meeting will take place via a video-conference link between the two offices in Milan and Rome and the Working Group will examine a second topic: "identification and engagement tools for internal stakeholders" within the process of materiality analysis. Speakers include external experts and participants will be involved in a debate on the issues.

For more information on the initiative, please write to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Founders and Participants

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ergo italia

sodalitas

pentapolis

gruppo generali

fondazione eni enrico mattei

universita ca foscari venezia

fondazione sviluppo sostenibile

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sofidel

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gse

barilla

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snam rete gas eni

terna

barilla

cariparma

aatlantia

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italcementi

lati

deco industrie

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unicredit

edison

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acea

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eni

telecom italia

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enel

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