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A discussion on responsible business and the need for an economic model based on the respect
for human rights and more equitable, inclusive supply chains.
Raffaella Cesaroni, giornalista SKY Tg24
Giuseppe Morici, Group CEO Bolton Group
Roberto Barbieri, Executive Director Oxfam Italy
Prof. Leonardo Becchetti, Full Professor of Economics at the University of Roma Tor Vergata
Prof. Enrico Giovannini, Spokesman of the Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development, ASviS
Min. Plen. Fabrizio Petri, Chairman of the Interministerial Committee for Human Rights
Marta Pieri, Corporate Partnership Manager Oxfam Italy
Luciano Pirovano, Global Sustainable Director Bolton Food
Art Prapha, Senior Policy and Campaign Advisor Oxfam
On November the 26th 2020, Oxfam Italy and Bolton Food announced a partnership that aims to implement new standards of social enterprise sustainability in the fishing industry and to raise standards that protect human rights in the global tuna supply chain.
Bolton is the first Italian company to have signed a partnership agreement with Oxfam based on a multi-country approach to these issues, to promote a new concept of “healthier, more sustainable food”, not only for the environment and those consuming the food, but also for those producing it. Oxfam Italy and Bolton Food will work together to aim an increasingly equitable supply chain, where inclusion, the elimination of inequality, gender equality, respect for human rights and safe, decent working conditions are guaranteed for all involved.