The workshop “Corporate sustainability due diligence in the EU – Will it change the face of capitalism?” will be held on the 24th of October, 2023, at the University of Pisa, Palazzo La Sapienza, Aula Magna Nuova, Via Curtatone e Montanara 15, Pisa, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Elisa Giuliani, University of Pisa, “The promise of human rights due diligence to save capitalism from itself”
Benjamin Selwyn, University of Sussex, “Eco-social foundation of capitalist value chains”
Gabriella Iermano, University of Pisa, “How ready is Europe for a corporate sustainability due diligence legislation?”
Claudia Stachel, Nürtingen-Geislingen University, “Corporate Due Diligence Directive’s proposal and German Lieferkettengesetz”
Jan Andersson, Stockholm University, “Corporate Due Diligence Directive’s proposal and Norwegian supply chain Transparency Act”
Alfonso Martinez-Echevarria, CEU Universidad San Pablo, Madrid, “Law and sustainability: modern trends in Spain”
Federico Lupo-Pasini, University of Durham, “Sustainable finance and human rights”
Dario Latella, University of Messina, “Internal controls and corporate governance in financial and non-financial firms: what about the new EU rules?”
Luca Della Tommasina, University of Pisa, “Corporate governance and prevention of adverse impacts: supervisory board and committees”
Bastiaan van der Velden, Open University, The Netherlands, “Bellagio-Harvard guidelines on the legal parameters of slavery. Dutch perspectives from the past to the future”
The event is open and free for all interested participants, who are welcome to join in person or by connecting online at this link.
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