We generate value for local communities, listening to their needs and concerns and building relationships based on transparency, accountability and respect for human rights.
Our commitment to communities
We cooperate with communities to generate collective well-being, we also commit ourselves to protecting the environment and promoting social progress.
We believe that establishing constructive dialogue and good collaboration with institutions, communities and associations in the areas in which we operate is an integral part of our sustainable development strategy. We understand, in fact, that our activity has a significant impact on local communities, and we want to show how instead our identity is rooted in the desire to cooperate and seek together solutions that generate value and collective well-being.
We involve opinion groups, industry experts, trade union representatives and institutions at all levels. We keep local communities informed of our activities, such as open days or other forms of communication for the management of any complaints from local communities.
We recognize the international principles for the respect and support of fundamental human rights in every geographic area we operate, and we want to inspire our suppliers, contractors and other business partners to adhere to the same standards.
In 2020, we performed the Human Rights assessment, based on our Code of Ethics, UN Declaration on Human Rights, ILO Conventions and UK Slavery Act on the main legal entities with a coverage of 79% of our worldwide workforce, involving the following countries: France, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Turkey, United States, China, Malaysia, Italy and Poland.
Students benefitted from our Turkish Foundation scholarships
Households in the district heating program in Aalborg
Companies covered by Human Rights assessment