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202115JunAll Day22JulCorporate Sustainability and Responsibility School June – July 2021(All Day)

Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility School

Event Details

 

When:
June 15 – July 22, 2021 | Twelve 4-hour webinars

Organized by:

CSR Hellas
University of Crete
Executive Development, Alba Graduate Business School – The American College of Greece

Supported by:

ACG Center of Excellence for Sustainability (CES)

 

About CSR School

The CSR School aims to provide advanced training regarding the identification of sustainability-related business opportunities and the inclusion of responsibility in the core of one’s business strategy, in order to achieve sustainable value and formulate a more resilient organization.

This Executive Education Program is envisioned as a journey that will cover all major identified areas that relate to the responsible management of sustainability. Within 6 weeks, during which a minimum of 48 hours of sustainability-related knowledge and management experience will be shared, trainees will gain an up-to-date overview of major developments around the largest environmental, social and governance challenges affecting businesses nowadays.

During the 12-part Webinar series, the participants will watch lectures by distinguished academic faculty members, discuss relevant case studies, learn about best practices that have been implemented by experienced senior professionals and exchange views and thoughts around the incorporation of relevant theory into the CSR initiatives of their own organization.

The first School took place in September 2019 at the premises of The American College of Greece, while the second one in 2020 was entirely digital due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The program is addressed to professionals and practitioners interested in gaining in-depth perspective and knowledge on corporate sustainability and responsibility as well as undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students.

The program will provide in-depth knowledge, as participants will receive a holistic training on CSR, in 12 thematic areas, and will combine theoretical knowledge provided by distinguished academics, practical examples by business practitioners from CSR Hellas members, and interactive dialogues among the practitioners and the tutors.

The thematic areas are the following:

  • Sustainable value creation
  • Sustainable corporate governance
  • Legal aspects of CSR
  • Responsible human capital management
  • Responsibility and sustainability driven marketing
  • Climate change and energy transition
  • Circular business models
  • Sustainable supply chain management
  • Social capital, corporate relationships and stakeholders management
  • Servant leadership towards responsibility and sustainability
  • Sustainable finance and responsible banking
  • Future of work

 

For more information and to register, please visit the CSR School official website or contact us at [email protected].

 

202110Jun15:0016:30Education as a foundation for Sustainability15:00 - 16:30

Event Details

A High Level Panel Discussion that will tackle the issue of “Education as a foundation for Sustainability”.

When: June 10, 2021 | 15:00 – 16:30 (Greece)

Where: Online event free and open to the public

 

Organized by:
CSR Hellas

In collaboration with:
University of Crete
Alba Executive Development
ACG Center of Excellence in Sustainability, Office of Public Affairs

 

 

About the event

Consisting of two separate panels, this High Level Panel Discussion will tackle the issue of “Education as a foundation for Sustainability”. The first panel will welcome business leaders and academic representatives who will discuss the urgent need for educational institutions to promote sustainability. Guest speakers of the second panel will discuss how professionals from traditional academic backgrounds and sectors have adjusted to the demands of working in the CSR sector as well as exchanging ideas on the educational support that they consider beneficial to professional development in the field.

This discussion is envisioned as the kick-off session to the CSR-School, the Executive Education program on Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility which will take place for the third consecutive year from 15 June to 22 July 2021.

 

Participants include:

  • Dr. Christos Staikouras, Minister of Finance, MP, Nea Demokratia, Hellenic Republic
  • Mr. Yannis Tsakiris, Deputy Minister of Development & Investments, Hellenic Republic
  • Ms. Maria Alexiou, Chair of BoD, CSR HELLAS, Member BoD, CSR Europe, Senior ESG Advisor, TITAN Cement Company
  • Dr. Kostas Axarloglou, Rector, ALBA Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece
  • Ms. Claudia Carydis, Vice President, Public Affairs, The American College of Greece
  • Dr. Constantine Manasakis, Assistant Professor, University of Crete
  • Representatives from CSR-School sponsor companies Mytilineos, OTE Group, Signify
  • Moderation: Ms. Stavroula Aggelopoulou, Member BoD, CSR HELLAS, Corporate Responsibility Deputy Director, OTE Group

Click here to learn more about the CSR-School.

202130Mar15:3017:15The Role of the Greek Higher Education Institutions in promoting the SDGs15:30 - 17:15

Event Details

Livestreamed from ACG Events Hall – free and open to the public

When: Tuesday, March 30th, 2021, 15:30-17.15

Where: Online

Organized by:
United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN) Greece

In collaboration with:
Deree – The American College of Greece
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Athens University of Economics and Business

Supported by:
UN SDSN Youth Greece

 

About the event

Exploring the role of Greek higher education institutions in promoting the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the purpose of this event is to raise awareness about the SDGs and sustainable best practices in such institutions.

The event is organized in the context of UN SDSN Greece’s overall initiative regarding sustainability in higher education in Greece, based on UN’s 4.7 mission, which aims to contribute to raising awareness and educating students, faculty and staff of academic institutions on the SDGs and sustainable best practices on campus, the inclusion of sustainability across the curriculum as well as establishing synergies of academic institutions with organizations and other external partners for the promotion of the SDGs.

This event invites students, academics, and conscious citizens who wish to learn more about the crucial role education plays in forming a sustainable society.

To register for the event, please click here.

 

15.30-15.35   |  Welcome remarks:

  • Claudia Carydis- Benopoulou, Vice President, Public Affairs, The American College of Greece
  • Prof.  Andreas Papandreou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Co-chair UNSDSN Greece

15.35-15.40  |   Opening Remarks by Angelos Syrigos, Deputy Minister of Education (responsible for higher education)

15.40-16.00  |   How the Greek Higher Educational Institutions promote the SDGs – Presentation of sustainable best practices (NKUA, AUEB, ACG)

  • Prof. Andreas Papandreou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Co-chair UNSDSN Greece
  • Prof. Phoebe Koundouri, School of Economics and Director of ReSEES Laboratory, Athens University of Economics and Business; Fellow of World Academy of Art and Science; Director of Sustainable Development Unit, ATHENA RC; Co-chair SDSN Europe
  • Rania Assariotaki, Senior Manager for Sustainability, The American College of Greece

16.00-16.30   |  SDGs and education – 4.7 project – Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University, President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network

  • Q&A session with: Hayley Turner, SDG Campus Coordinator | ACG, Marilida Tsiplakou, SDG Campus Coordinator | NKUA, and Eva Papanikolaki, SDG Campus Coordinator | AUEB

Moderated by: Prof. Andreas Papandreou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Co-chair UNSDSN Greece

16.30- 16.40  |  Debriefing & closing remarks

  • Prof. Andreas Papandreou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, co-chair UNSDSN Greece
  • Prof. Stella Apostolaki, Environmental Studies Program Coordinator; Chair of Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability, ACG

 

Parallel action:
March 30 & 31, 9:00-13:30:
Blood Drive organized by ACG, NKUA, AUEB, in support of NIMTS public hospital
Venue: Deree Student Lounge, The American College of Greece

 


Keynote Speaker

Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University; President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network

Jeffrey D. Sachs is a world-renowned economics professor, bestselling author, innovative educator, and global leader in sustainable development. He is widely recognized for bold and effective strategies to address complex challenges including debt crises, hyperinflations, the transition from central planning to market economies, the control of AIDS, malaria, and other diseases, the escape from extreme poverty, and the battle against human-induced climate change. (show)

Sachs serves as the Director of the Center for Sustainable Development at Columbia University, where he holds the rank of University Professor, the university’s highest academic rank. Sachs held the position of Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University from 2002 to 2016. He is President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, a commissioner of the UN Broadband Commission for Development, and an SDG Advocate for UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. From 2001-18, Sachs served as Special Advisor to UN Secretaries-General Kofi Annan (2001-7), Ban Ki-moon (2008-16), and António Guterres (2017-18).

Sachs has authored and edited numerous books, including three New York Times bestsellers: The End of Poverty (2005), Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet (2008), and The Price of Civilization (2011). Other books include To Move the World: JFK’s Quest for Peace (2013), The Age of Sustainable Development (2015), Building the New American Economy: Smart, Fair & Sustainable (2017), A New Foreign Policy: Beyond American Exceptionalism (2018), and most recently, The Ages of Globalization: Geography, Technology, and Institutions (2020).

Sachs was the co-recipient of the 2015 Blue Planet Prize, the leading global prize for environmental leadership. He was twice named among Time magazine’s 100 most influential world leaders and has received 35 honorary degrees. The New York Times called Sachs “probably the most important economist in the world,” and Time magazine called Sachs “the world’s best-known economist.” A survey by The Economist ranked Sachs as among the three most influential living economists.

Prior to joining Columbia, Sachs spent over twenty years as a professor at Harvard University, most recently as the Galen L. Stone Professor of International Trade. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Sachs received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees at Harvard.

 

Opening Remarks

aggelos syrigos

Angelos (Evangelos) Syrigos, Deputy Minister of Education and Religious Affairs

Angelos (Evangelos) Syrigos is an Associate Professor of International Law and Foreign Policy at the Department of International and European Studies at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Athens.
He was born in 1966 in Athens. He is a graduate of the Law Schools of the National University of Athens and of the University of Bristol, England where in 1994 he was conferred the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in the field of public international law. He has worked as Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge (1993-1994), as Legal Expert to the Council of Europe and as member of the Law Bar of Athens and practicing lawyer in Athens. (show)

He has served as Secretary General of Population and Social Cohesion of the Greek Ministry of Interior (August 2012 and May 2015) and Secretary for Intercultural Education and Greek Studies Abroad of the Greek Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs (2007-2009).

He has served in positions of high management responsibility for foreign policy issues on minorities, transparency and telecommunications.

He was awarded in 1992 by the Academy of Athens for his work on the delimitation of the continental shelf.

During his military service, he was honored with Praise by the 4th Corps in Thrace for services to the minority of Thrace and with Honorable Mention by the Army General Staff for his contribution to the creation of the Pomak-Greek dictionary.

He has published books on Greek-Turkish relations, the Cyprus issue, the Prespa Agreement.

On July 7, 2019 he was elected as a Member of the Hellenic Parliament.

He was sworn in as Deputy Minister of Education and Religions in charge of higher education issues on January 5, 2021.
He has served as a member of the Standing Parliamentary Committee on National Defense and Foreign Affairs, the Special Standing Committee on European Affairs, as well as the Greek Delegation to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA).

He is married to Irini Stamatoudi and they have three children.

 

Speakers (in alphabetical order):

Stella ApostolakiDr. Stella Apostolaki, Associate Faculty – Lecturer I, Environmental Studies Program Coordinator – Department of Science and Mathematics, Chair of Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability, The American College of Greece

Dr. Stella Apostolaki is Associate Faculty – Lecturer I and Program Coordinator of the BSc/(Hons) in Environmental Studies, Department of Science and Mathematics, DEREE – the American College of Greece (ACG). She is Chair of the Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability (ACG). (show)

She holds a BSc/(Hons) in Environmental Science, MSc in Urban Water and Environmental Management and PhD on sustainable urban drainage systems and river management options, obtained from the Abertay University, U.K., under funding received by the Environment Agency for England & Wales, in collaboration with the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), and by HR Wallingford Consultants. She has a wide research experience; she has worked for several years as a researcher in collaboration with Universities, Research Institutions and Authorities.

Her main research interests include: integrated water management and innovation, sustainable development, sustainable stormwater management, climate change, conservation of biodiversity, ecosystem restoration, public awareness – stakeholder engagement methods and public education, green urban planning with emphasis on amenity and biodiversity and on the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

 

Rania AssariotakiRania Assariotaki, Senior Manager for Sustainability, The American College of Greece

Rania Assariotaki joined the American College of Greece in 2008. She currently holds the position of Senior Manager for Sustainability, Office Public Affairs. She has previously occupied the position of the first Sustainability Manager at ACG. Previously she has served in the field of customer service. She holds an MSc in Marketing from ALBA at The American College of Greece. (show)

Since September 2020 she participates as a mentor for sustainability issues in the mentorship program of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). In February 2021, she was appointed by AASHE to serve as a member of the AASHE Advisory Council for her constant commitment and support to promoting sustainability best practices and culture on and off campus. The Advisory Council is an advisory body whose input often has a significant impact on staff and board decisions of AASHE. In February 2020 became a member of the Corporate Responsibility Committee of the American – Hellenic Chamber of Commerce.

In 2015 she was certified as a GRI G4 reporter and in July 2016 received her certification as a Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner approved by the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). Also, she has received certifications in: Carbon Reduction Strategy, Sustainability Reporting, Social Impact Assessment & SROI.  In August 1019, she has been certified as a Sustainability Management professional and on High Impact Leadership from the Institute for Sustainability Leadership, University of Cambridge.

 

Claudia Carydis BenopoulouClaudia Carydis-Benopoulou, Vice President, Public Affairs, The American College of Greece

Claudia Carydis-Benopoulou is Vice President of Public Affairs at The American College of Greece (ACG) since June 2012. Her responsibilities include government relations and cultivating mutually beneficial relations with key stakeholders of both the private and public sector. She also supervises College Events and the work of three separate ACG entities: The Institute of Global Affairs, the Institute of Public Health and the Center of Excellence for Sustainability. (show)

Under her leadership, in 2020, ACG was awarded with the Gold STARS rating by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education. Claudia has been working at ACG since 2005 and was initially head of Alumni Relations & College Events. Before joining ACG, Claudia worked in leading private companies as a marketing and communications executive. She also worked for the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department of European Affairs, for the period 1988-1992.

Claudia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from DEREE-The American College of Greece and a Master’s degree in International Relations & Communication from Boston University, US.

 

Phoebe KoundouriProf. Phoebe Koundouri, School of Economics and Director of ReSEES Laboratory, ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS; Fellow of World Academy of Art and Science; Director of Sustainable Development Unit, ATHENA RC; Co-chair SDSN Europe

Prof. Phoebe Koundouri is a world-renowned environmental economics professor and global leader in sustainable development. She is widely recognized as a pioneer in innovative, human-centric, interdisciplinary systems for the sustainable interaction between nature, society, and the economy. Prof. Koundouri is listed in the most-cited women economists in the world, with 15 published books and more than 300 published peer reviewed scientific papers. (show)

Prof. Koundouri is University Professor (the university’s highest academic rank) at the School of Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business, an elected fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science (World Academy of Art & Science) and the President-elect of the European Association of Environmental and Natural Resource Economists for the period 2019-2025 (EAERE – with more than 1200 scientific member institutions, from more than 75 different countries).

Prof. Koundouri is the Founder and Scientific Director of the Research Laboratory on Socio-Economic and Environmental Sustainability (ReSEES) at the Athens University of Economics and Business, focusing on interdisciplinary research on socio-economic and environmental systems. She is also Affiliated Professor at the ATHENA Research and Innovation Center, where she founded and scientifically directs the Sustainable Development Unit and the EIT Climate-KIC Hub Greece of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, the latter focusing on accelerating technological and social innovations for use in the transition to a climate neutral economy.

Prof. Koundouri is also the co-Chair of United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN) – Europe. The leadership of UN SDSN – Europe is constituted from existing National SDSN European networks and its mission is to serve as a science driven interface with European Commission policymaking. Prof. Koundouri is also the Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board of the International Centre for Research on the Environment and the Economy (ICRE8) and Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board of the European Forest Institute.

Prof. Koundouri is one of the Commissioners of the prestigious Lancet Commission on COVID-19 for which she co-chairs the “Jobs-based Green Recovery” Task Force. She leads the UN SDSN Senior Working Group on “Transformation Pathways for the implementation of EGD and the SDGs”, co-leads the UN SDSN Sustainable Shipping and Ports Initiative, and the UN SDSN 4-seas (Mediterranean, Black, Caspian and Aral Seas) Blue Growth Initiative. She is a member of the CEPR (Center for Economic Policy Research) Network (RPN) on Climate Change, member of the Priministerial Committee for the Recovery and 10-year Development Plan of Greece, the National Climate Change Committee of Greece, as well as chair or member of numerous European and International Scientific, Research and Policy Boards and Committees.

Prof. Koundouri acts as a scientific advisor to the European Commission, World Bank, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, OECD, UN, NATO, WHO, World Water Council and various other multilateral institutions, as well as numerous national and international foundations and organizations. She also advises national governments across the world. Prof. Koundouri is an editorial board member of more than 20 prestigious scientific journals.

Since 1997, she has coordinated more than 100 interdisciplinary research projects, in all five continents, focused on combinations of Sustainable Development, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Behavioural Economics and Econometrics, Economics of Wellbeing and Happiness, Natural Resource-Food-Energy Nexus, Smart Water Systems, Ecosystem Services Valuation, Blue Growth, Circular Economy, Systems Innovation, Innovation Acceleration and Commercialization, and has attracted significant competitive research funding. Prof. Koundouri and her large interdisciplinary team (more than 200 researchers) have produced research and policy results that have contributed to accelerating research and innovation for the enablement of Sustainable Development and has contributed to shaping European and National policies.

Over the last two decades, Professor Koundouri has given keynote and public lecturers, at high level forums all over the world, and received various prizes for academic excellence, including best paper awards, highest policy impact paper award, European Research project award, etc. as well as the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Synergy Grant (2020-2027), which focuses on design of the next generation of urban water systems, via the combination of water science, systems and control theory, economics, decision-science and machine learning. This is the biggest research project in the world at the moment working on urban water systems.

Prof. Koundouri was born and raised in Cyprus. During the period 1991-2006, she studied and held academic positions in the UK. She holds a PhD and MPhil in Economics and Econometrics from the University of Cambridge. For her studies she received a full scholarship from the University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust. She then held academic positions at the University of Cambridge, University College London, University of Reading, London School of Economics. Since 2006 she lives in Greece (Athens) with her husband, Prof. Nikitas Pittis, and their three daughters: Chrysilia, Billie and Athena.

 

Andreas A PapandreouProf. Andreas A. Papandreou, Professor of Environmental Economics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Co-chair of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network Greece (SDSN Greece)

Andreas A. Papandreou is a Professor in the Economics Department of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He received his B.Sc. in Economics from the University of London, Queen Mary College and his M.Sc. in Economics from London School of Economics. He became a Doctor of Philosophy at Merton College, Oxford University, in 1990. (show)

Dr. Papandreou has 30 years of academic experience in various Universities, including University College London and Harvard. His research and published work are mostly in the fields of environmental economics, institutional economics, political economy and welfare economics. Among his publications are “Externality and Institutions” (1998) Oxford University Press. He is the Director of the MSc in Philosophy and Management at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He is the Director of the Political Economy of Sustainable Development Lab (PESD) at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The Lab has also established the Athens Behavioral and Experimental Economics and Social Sciences Unit (ABEESS) to undertake, inter alia, experimental research relating to sustainable development. He is Co-chair of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network Greece (SDSN Greece).

202011Nov(Nov 11)14:3013(Nov 13)17:00United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Symposium: Exploring the DiverCity of Athens14:30 - 17:00 (13)

Event Details

An online event with free participation and open to the public

When:
November 11-13, 2020 | 14:30 – 17:00

Where:
Online

UN SDGs Symposium: Exploring the DiverCity of Athens: Day 1

UN SDGs Symposium: Exploring the DiverCity of Athens: Day 2

UN SDGs Symposium: Exploring the DiverCity of Athens: Day 3

Organized by:
Deree Millennium Fellows 2020 and Office of Public Affairs, The American College of Greece

Supported by:
Deree Psychology Society, Deree Sociology Society, Deree International Honors Program Society

 

Organized as part of the cohort’s collective project in the context of the Millennium Fellowship Program 2020, the symposium aims at increasing awareness about the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and boosting their adaptation by enhancing their social impact on campus.

The Symposium will dive into the exploration of four out of the 17 Goals: SDG 10 – Reduced Inequalities, SGD 5 – Gender Equality, SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities, and SDG 12 – Sustainable Consumption and Production, through panel sessions with notable academics and experts in the respective fields, who will provide hands-on solutions.

This event is directly co-related with the overall sustainability efforts of ACG and will welcome a variety of guest speakers from public authorities, NGOs, academia, who will engage in panel discussions and interactive sessions with the audience. The Symposium is under the auspices of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), the Millennium Campus Network (MCN), and the Millennium Fellowship Program.

 

Program

DAY 1: Wednesday, November 11 

14:30-14:45 Welcome and Introduction

  • Welcome Remarks – Claudia Carydis Benopoulou, Vice President of Public Affairs, The American College of Greece
  • Deree Millennium Fellows 2020 Cohort introduce themselves (Video)
  • Kehinde (Kenny) Adebiyi, Program Coordinator, Millennium Campus Network (MCN) (video)

14:45-15:00 “Athens through the eyes of ACG students”
Introduction by Deree Millennium Fellows 2020 – Video
Barbara Radmann & Maria Chatzimichail

15:00-15:10 Strolling Incognito in Athens”: Presentation of International Honors Program’ class projects – Christos Stavrogiannis & Emmanouil Skartsilakis, Deree – ACG students

15:10-16:10 Panel Discussion “Exploring DiverCity, Exploring Inequalities”
Moderator: Dr. Chrysa Zachou, Head of the Department of Sociology, Deree – The American College of Greece

  • Prof. Thomas Maloutas, Emeritus professor, Harokopio University
  • Alexia Evert, Vice Mayor of Social Solidarity, City of Athens
  • Dr. Lilika Trikalinou
  • Chris Alefantis, Founder and Editor in Chief of “Shedia” street paper

Q&A session

16:15-17:00 Interview and video presentation with Tassos Vrettos (photographer) on his photo exhibit “Places of of Wor(th)ship: Benaki Museum”

DAY 2: Thursday, November 12 

14:30-15:30 Panel discussion “Gender Inequalities & Bringing Diversity to the Workplace”
Moderator: Dr. Chrysa Zachou, Head of the Department of Sociology, Deree – The American College of Greece

  • Maria Stratigaki, Associate Professor of Gender Studies, Panteion University
  • Chara Chioni-Chotouman, Attorney at law, Phd cand. LLM in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
  • Maria Zarotiadou, M.Sc. in Marketing, Strategic Marketing and Business development Analyst. Gender Equality Consultant
  • Stella Kasdagli, Co-founder Women On Top, Writer

Q&A Session

15:35-16:35 Panel Discussion “Athens a Sustainable City? Creating an Open, Green, Proactive and Diverse Athens”
Moderator: Dr. Stella Apostolaki, Associate Faculty – Lecturer I, Environmental Studies Program Coordinator – Department of Science and Mathematics, Chair of Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability, The American College of Greece

  • Elina Dallas, Project Manager of the Revitalisation of the Athens Historical Triangle Program (2016-19)
  • Pakis Papademetriou, Manager, Corporate Quality, Athens International Airport & Chair, CR Committee, American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce
  • Niovi Zarampouka-Chatzimanou, Director, Victoria Square Project
  • Rania Assariotaki, Sustainability Manager, Office of Public Affairs, The American College of Greece

Q&A Session

16:35-16:45 “ACG wins Athens Climathons”: Video & presentation
Introduction by Dr. Stella Apostolaki, Associate Faculty – Lecturer I, Environmental Studies Program Coordinator – Department of Science and Mathematics, Chair of Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability, The American College of Greece

16:45-17:00 “Greening the City, Greening our Campus”

  • Introduction by Dr. Stella Apostolaki, Associate Faculty – Lecturer I, Environmental Studies Program Coordinator – Department of Science and Mathematics, Chair of Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability, The American College of Greece
  • Video of Student projects on the 17 SDGs: International Honors Program students, Greening the Campus Course

DAY 3: Friday, November 13

14:30-15:30 Panel Discussion “Sustainable Consumption: Creating Diverse Solutions for Food Waste in Athens”
Moderator: Dr. Christina Marouli, Associate Professor, Environmental Studies, Department of Science and Mathematics, Deree- The American College of Greece

  • Vee Bougani, CEO/Co-Founder Sustainable Food Movement Greece, Founder foodity
  • Alexander Theodorides, Co-founder and chief food saving warrior of Boroume
  • Constantinos Machairas, Executive Director at Organization Earth
  • Giorgos Keranis, Food Systems Expert

Q&A session

15:35-15:45 Video documentary on second-hand/thrift clothing stores in Athens presented by Deree Millennium Fellows 2020

15:45-16:35 Panel Discussion “Diversifying Sustainable Greek Fashion in the Context of a Proactive Athens”
Moderator: Dr. Stella Apostolaki, Associate Faculty – Lecturer I, Environmental Studies Program Coordinator – Department of Science and Mathematics, Chair of Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability, The American College of Greece

  • Dr. Fiori A. Zafeiropoulou, Country Coordinator Fashion Revolution Greece, Founder SOFFA & Research Fellow AUEB
  • Stylianee Parascha, Founding President Fashion Revolution Luxembourg and Sustainable Fashion and Communications Consultant
  • Valisia Gotsi and Stella Panagopoulou, 2WO+1NE=2

Q&A session

16:40-17:00 Symposium Conclusion & Remarks – Hasan Oksuz, Barbara Radman, Jo Pierri, Deree Millennium Fellows 2020

 

Additional Resources

 

UN Sustainable Development Goals Quiz
 

Video/Animation on Sustainable Fashion

Video on food waste by Boroume

Are you still dreaming how to be a Doer ? | Fiori Zafeiropoulou | TEDxAlexandroupolis

SOFFA -Social Fashion Factory

Raise Your Voice Festival 2018

 


Speakers’ bio

 

Alexander Theodorides
Co-Founder & CEO Boroume

Alexander is one of the co-founders and the director of NGO Boroume (“We Can”), a leading food saving organization of Greece which since 2012 has saved & offered more than 40 million portions of food from thousands of donors to over 600 charities all over Greece and has been awarded with the European Citizenship Award 2017 by the European Parliament.

He has extensive experience in both the private and public sector, is a Marshall Memorial Fund Fellow and has received scholarships from the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).

He holds degrees from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich (1996-2000, Magister Artium, Political Science, Economics, International Law) and the London School of Economics (2000-2001, MSc International Relations).


Dr Fiori A Zafeiropoulou
Country Coordinator Fashion Revolution Greece & Founder SOFFA

Fiori is an academic and a social entrepreneur; holds an award winning PHD on Social Franchising & Entrepreneurship and Cand.Post Doc on Combatting Human Rights Violations in Fashion Industry Supply Chains AUEB MSL & Nottingham University Rights Lab. She is the Project Leader of the Pilot City of Athens on Public Procurement Trafficking free supply chains. Country Coordinator of the global movement Fashion Revolution.org in Greece, the Coordinator of Raise Your Voice Festival to end modern slavery and climate crisis. Founder of Social Fashion Factory – SOFFA.gr that targets environmental regeneration and social inclusion of victims of slavery. Ranked in 100 TOP Women in Greece by Marie Claire International 2019, speaker at the International Woman Day 2020 by Athena40 and BBC news. She was the central speaker at UN Women Day ’18 & The central character of the Swiss documentary ‘One Over Many’ by Daphne Bengoa Produced by Fluxum Foundation. Executive Producer of TV Show SocialGrowth.ert.gr. Founder Refergon.com employment refugee matching platform, the rebirth of iconic Zita Hellas Sneakers and The Nest Centre on Social Entrepreneurship. Coordinator of EU COSME SmallButPerfect 1.3m€ 11 Partners and of EU Erasmus+ “Blue Social Growth”; “Social Growth for Trafficking and Refugees”; “Social & Sustainable Fashion Entrepreneurs”;  TEDx talk ‘Are you still dreaming how to be a Doer?”. Her research has been published in international conferences and research books.


Maria Zarotiadou
Strategic Marketing and Business development Analyst. Gender Equality Consultant’

“Maria Zarotiadou is a Strategic Marketing and Business development Analyst and Gender Equality Consultant. She has a BA in Business Administration and an M.Sc. in Marketing. Maria has been trained by an E.U. program on female social entrepreneurship and is a mentor for career development. She is a member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council.”


Stella Kasdagli
Co-founder Women On Top, Writer

Stella Kasdagli is the co-founder of Women On Top, the most experienced non-profit organisation in Greece for the professional empowerment of women and for gender equality in the public sphere. She is also a published author, a translator, a book club maverick and the facilitator of impactful workshops on professional development, gender issues and social change. She previously studied French Literature in Athens, Greece, and Media Studies in London, and has worked for 10+ years as a women’s magazine and online editor. She is the recipient of the Social Impact UK Alumni Award and She has published eight books for the empowerment of girls, women and teens. She lives in Athens with her husband and two daughters.


Stylianee Parascha
Founding President Fashion Revolution Luxembourg, Sustainable Fashion and Communications Consultant

Stylianee Parascha is the Founding President of Fashion Revolution Luxembourg and a Sustainable Fashion and Conscious Communications Consultant. Already a decade ago she was looking at how fashion is interrelated to pressing social issues and designing collections for a sustainable Athenian brand, while these days, she is doing research on how Immigration and Fashion are interconnected and can benefit from each other. She has been animating Upcycling workshops, organising fashion events, and preaching a sustainable and fashionable lifestyle in Luxembourg and beyond. She holds a Masters in Cultural Management and another one in Sustainability in Creative Industries. She is experimenting with conscious design concepts through her brand What.Eve.Wears and promotes fashion Made in Greece on every occasion.


Pakis Papademetriou
Manager, Corporate Quality, Athens International Airport and Chair, CR Committee, American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce

Pakis Papademetriou has been serving Quality and Sustainability since 1995. He is an experienced integrator of management systems and a passionate advocate for sustainability. He has received a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master’s degree in Industrial Engineering, both from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He is also certified professional in Business Sustainability Management by the University of Cambridge (CISL). He joined Athens International Airport (AIA) in 1999 and currently he holds the position of Manager, Corporate Quality. He is the Chairman of the Corporate Responsibility Committee of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and member of the Board of UN Global Compact Hellas.


2WO+1NE=2
Ethical Designer Brand

2WO+1NE=2 (2+1=2) is an ethical designer brand based in Athens, Greece, founded in 2017, by Stella Panagopoulou and Valisia Gotsi. Through a synthesis of MINIMALISM and DECONSTRUCTIVISM, espousing the principle of ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS, 2WO+1NE=2 aims to sound out the cultural fluidity of an increasingly nomadic generation. Focused on creating SUSTAINABLE & TAILORED READY-TO-WEAR and not a trend-follower, 2WO+1NE=2 creates long-lasting garments or even reconstructs its over-worn garments, in local production, using exclusively French and Bound seams and natural fibers, so as to contribute to the longevity of the garment. Based on the design project of NOMADISM, each collection is inspired and dedicated to a different city across the globe, drawing elements from its art scene, architecture, cinema, music and people. The brand converts the beauty and uniqueness of each place into its edgy collections, by incorporating their CRAFTSMANSHIP techniques and AESTHETIC concept. The crystallization of notions, essences and shapes of each given place, are worked into the garments themselves. 2WO+1NE=2 strives for a perpetual battle with conservatism and conventionality, envisaging clothes not as strictly functional everyday items but as MULTIDIMENSIONAL STRUCTURES, maintaining at the same time fashion’s allure and scrutinizing urge.


Vee Bougani
CEO/Co-Founder Sustainable Food Movement Greece; Founder foodity

Vee is a social entrepreneur and a Sustainable Culinary Arts Consultant since 2013. She studied Cultural & Creative Industries at King’s College London and she has worked in the Cultural Industry over 10 years seeking funding and sponsorship for various art organizations in Greece and in the UK. She has strong managerial and communication skills and she has taken various job roles in leadership, administration and training.

She has been trained and worked as a chef since her early 20s and as of 2012 she has worked as a Culinary Arts consultant and a freelance Food & Travel Editor for various platforms such as Time Out Group, Lonely Planet, Forbes Travel Guide, CN Traveler, the Londonist & the Thrillist. Her greatest passion has always been food and she has focused career-wise on sustainability in the culinary and hospitality industry. She lived in London for more than 10 years and she has worked as a Food Sustainability Expert in charge of various culinary projects in Europe, the States and the Middle East. She has been into social entrepreneurship since 2015 and an active business mentor at the Prince’s Trust International and Founders Nation in Greece. She is an EIT Food Associate Member for South Europe and a GSTC Certified Practitioner. She is an active member of the Kosmos Initiative run by MEP Petros Kokkalis, promoting food sustainability and food policy making governance for Greece. She has worked with ASEF and the UN for promoting a food waste strategy for the Hospitality Industry. Her mission is to constantly tackle food waste and promote sustainability in the Culinary Arts Industry regionally and internationally.


Maria Stratigaki
Associate Professor of Gender Studies, Panteion University 

Maria Stratigaki is an Associate Professor at the Department of Social Policy at Panteion University, focusing on gender, social policy and gender equality policies. She served as Vice Mayor of Athens for Social Solidarity, Welfare and Equality (2014-2019). She also served as the Secretary General for Gender Equality at the Hellenic Ministry of Interior (2009-2012). From 1991 to 1999 she worked at the European Commission’s Unit on equal opportunities between women and men (DG EMPL). Furthermore, during her professional career she has also been the General Director of the Research Centre of Gender Equality- KETHI (1999-2002) and the Centre for Gender Studies of Panteion University (2007-2009).


Dr. Lilika Trikalinou

Lilika is trained as a sociologist with a BA in Deree, an MSc in Sociology from the LSE and a PhD from Goldsmiths University London, titled “Making Visible: The inhabitation of urban public space by irregular immigrants” focusing on urban sociology. Since 2011 she is the managing director of the IEKEP, a not for profit Lifelong Learning Center in Athens, managing EU and national projects and developing educational tools and practices in a variety of fields. Before that, from 2003 she was working in the field of immigration for the NGO Nostos implementing a variety of national and EU projects focusing on integration.


Chrysa Zachou
Head of the Department of Sociology, Deree- The American College of Greece

Chryssa Zachou is the Head of the Sociology Department at ACG. She has studied sociology in Greece (BA from Deree and Panteion University) and the UK (M.Sc. from the London School of Economics and a PhD from the University of Essex). Besides Deree, she has also taught a number of graduate and undergraduate courses at the University of Athens, the University of Piraeus and the Hellenic Open University. Her research focuses on migration, civil society organizations, gender, religion and the media. She has published a book and an edited volume in Greek and book chapters and journal articles in Greek and English and has presented papers in many international conferences. She is an active member of the International Sociological Association (ISA) and has served in the ISA’s RC 32 Women in Society Executive Board as a European representative (2014-2018). She is also a founding member of the Hellenic Sociological Society and an elected member of its Executive Board and serves in the editorial board of the Greek Sociological Review.


Thomas Maloutas
Emeritus Professor, Department of Geography, Harokopio University

Emeritus Professor at the Department of Geography, Harokopio University. Former Director of the Institute of Urban and Rural Sociology of the National Centre for Social Research (EKKE) (2001-2012), Professor at the Department of Planning, University of Thessaly (1991-2009) and General Secretary for Research & Technology (2015-2016). His work is related to the changing social structures in metropolitan areas in the era of capitalist globalisation with a focus on issues of segregation and gentrification related to housing and broader welfare regimes. His research and published work refer mainly to the South European urban context and especially to Athens.


Alexandra Evert
Vice-Mayor for Social Solidarity, City of Athens

Alexia (Alexandra) Evert was born, raised and lives at the heart of city of Athens, in Mets.

She studied marketing, advertising and communication in Athens and continued with graduate studies in Business Administration at the University of Westminster in London, UK. Since 1989 she was employed for several years in private companies, working in the fields of sales, marketing, human resources, communication as well as administration. From 1997 until 2006 she worked for the International Group of companies NETMED S.A., where she served at Communication Director (2002 – 2006).

In 2006 she was elected as a Municipal Councillor and served a Vice-Mayor of Health, Social Welfare and Equality.

In May of 2019 she was elected Municipal Councillor under the coalition «ΑΘΗΝΑ ΨΗΛΑ», headed by Mr. Kostas Bakogiannis, and is currently serving as Vice-Mayor of Social Solidarity in the Municipality of Athens.

Alexia Evert has also served as President of the Children and Adolescent Libraries of Greece (OPED/Ministry of Education) and served at the General Secretariat for Equality of the Ministry for the Interior, Public Administration & Decentralization and the Research Center for Gender Equality (KETHI).  In addition, she has worked pro-bono in the Municipality of Athens, the Ministry of the Presidency and the New Democracy Party in the fields of communication, planning, organization and cultural events, while she still participates in charitable and cultural activities of organizations such as “Make A Wish”, ELEPAP, the Benaki Museum, etc.

In 2004 she received the award “Manager of the Year”, earning the first audience prize for her work with the organization “Women of the Year.” She is the daughter of Miltiades and Liza Evert. In 1999, she married Giorgios Alvertis, who then served as General Director of Eurobank and CEO of Eurobank Cards, with whom she has a 20 year-old son.


Christos Alefantis
founder, Shedia street paper

Chris Alefantis was born in Melbourne, Australia, where his parents immigrated in the mid-50s. He is a journalist with more than 30 years’ experience. He is the founder and Editor in Chief of “Shedia”, Greece’s only street paper, which launched in March 2013. “Shedia” –as all street papers worldwide- is a social enterprise and self-help model that provide an innovative solution to urban homelessness and unemployment. It offers people a dignified way to earn their own living and support themselves and their families. In addition to employment, “Shedia” aims to offer its vendors ongoing social support and training opportunities. “Shedia” is a member of the International Network of Street Papers. In 2006, he founded the “Kick Out Poverty” campaign in Greece, incorporating the Greek Homeless Football Club. It is an initiative which uses sport and, in particular football, as a way to energize homeless people and support them in their quest to rebuild their lives. Since 2007, The Greek Homeless Team is a member of the international social and sporting movement “Homeless World Cup”.


Dr. Stella Apostolaki
Associate Faculty – Lecturer I, Environmental Studies Program Coordinator – Department of Science and Mathematics, Chair of Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability, The American College of Greece

Dr. Stella Apostolaki is Associate Faculty – Lecturer I and Program Coordinator of the BSc/(Hons) in Environmental Studies, Department of Science and Mathematics, DEREE – the American College of Greece (ACG). She is Chair of the Academic Advisory Board of the Center of Excellence for Sustainability (ACG). She holds a BSc/(Hons) in Environmental Science, MSc in Urban Water and Environmental Management and PhD on sustainable urban drainage systems and river management options, obtained from the Abertay University, U.K. She has worked for several years as a researcher in collaboration with Universities, Research Institutions and Authorities. Her main research interests include: climate change, sustainable development, the implementation of the 17 sustainable development goals, integrated water management and innovation, sustainable stormwater management, water scarcity, conservation of biodiversity, protected areas, public and school environmental education, green urban planning with emphasis on amenity and biodiversity.


Chara Chioni-Chotouman
Attorney at law, Phd cand. LLM in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure

Chara Chioni-Chotouman is a Lawyer, working at the Centre for Research on Women’s Issues (CRWI) “Diotima” providing legal advice and representation to victims of gender-based violence and conducting trainings on the issue. She is also a PhD candidate in the Department of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens-Law School. Her PhD is on Victims’ Rights in Criminal Procedure, for which she has received a full merit-based scholarship from the State Scholarships Foundation (I.K.Y). She has published several articles (in English and Greek) and delivered speeches both in Greece and abroad. She speaks Greek, English, French and German.


Elina Dallas
Project Manager of the Revitalisation of the Athens Historical Triangle Program (2016-19)

Elina Dallas re-imagines, designs and manages the transformation of public and private spaces through human-centered urban design and upcycling. She is the principal of Spaceimagineering.

Elina has been the Project Manager of the Revitalization of Athens Commercial Triangle Program of the Municipality of Athens supported by an exclusive donation from Stavros Niarchos Foundation (2016-2019). She has extended experience in programs of urban scale serving as Special Advisor of the Greek Minister of Culture, and Special Aide at the General Secretariat of the Prime Minister of Greece, coordinating a Ministers City Centre Planning Committee (2010-2012). Elina has been a member of the Board of Directors at the Unification of Archaeological Sites of Athens SA, and was the City Operations Manager for ATHOC for 4 years.

Elina Dallas has experience in raising sponsor funds for city scale projects, and her work in Athens has been praised by the International Olympic Committee as an “Olympic First”. As a freelance architect (1987 – ) Elina specializes in restoring listed buildings and an active member of numerous non-profit environmental and architectural heritage associations.


Niovi Zarampouka-Chatzimanou
Director, Victoria Square Project

Niovi Zarampouka-Chatzimanou, is the Director of Victoria Square Project. Since 2014, she is the co-founder of MΕΣΑ Museum of Free Thinking People, a contemporary art outreach project for prisoners in Greece. Before joining VSP she worked as Director of Art in Public Space at Eleusis 2021 European capital of Culture, and contributed in documenta 14 as Community Liaison for Athens, working closely to its Artistic Director Adam Szymczyk. With an academic background in architecture and cultural management (MA), her research interests focus on socially and politically engaged art projects and the public space as a constellation of political and social transformations. Her work experience involves working at a wide range of institutions, projects and artists, like The Peggy Guggenheim Collection (Venice, IT), Maria Papadimitriou’s T.A.M.A. and Souzy Tros (Athens, GR), The Museum of Cycladic Art (Athens, GR), Viafarini DOCVA (Milan, IT) and the Venice Biennial through the Greek and American Pavilion (Venice, IT) teams. Niovi is currently a Fellow at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative.


Rania Assariotaki
Sustainability Manager, Office of Public Affairs, The American College of Greece

Rania Assariotaki joined the American College of Greece in 2008. She currently holds the position of ACG Sustainability Manager at the Office Public Affairs. Previously she has served in the field of customer service. She holds a BA in Hispanic Language and Civilization from the Hellenic Open University and an MSc in Marketing from ALBA at The American College of Greece. In 2015 she was certified as a GRI G4 reporter and in July 2016 received her certification as Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner approved by the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). Also, she has received certifications on: Carbon Reduction Strategy, Sustainability Reporting, Social Impact Assessment & SROI.  In August 1019, she has been certified as a Sustainability Management professional and on High Impact Leadership from the Institute for Sustainability Leadership, University of Cambridge.


Constantinos Machairas
Executive Director at Organization Earth

Constantinos is the Executive Director of Organization Earth, a Greek civil society organization that offers transformative learning on sustainable lifestyles as well as organizing collective action on global citizenship. He is a member of the Steering Committee of SDG Watch EU Europe’s largest cross-sectoral alliance of NGOs with the goal of holding governments to account for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. He also serves as the General Secretary of IFOAM AgriBioMediterraneo, the regional group consisting of the Mediterranean members of the International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movement (IFOAM). Since November 2016, Constantinos has been the President of the Hellenic Platform for Development the Greek coalition of NGOs promoting the SDGs. Member of the Boards of Directors at ActionAid Hellas, at specialized Vocational Training Center Margarita for people with intellectual disabilities, member of the Global Council at the Global Call to Action Against Poverty a network of over 11,000 CSOs organized in 58 national coalitions and of the temporary Steering Committee of the recently established UN Global Compact Greece.


Giorgos Keranis
Management consultant – Food systems expert

Giorgos Keranis is an organization and marketing management professional with a particular focus on food systems, social entrepreneurship and organizational change. Since 1999 he has been involved in food systems operations in areas such as production, market, research, civic engagement and public policy. He has specialized in the development of organic farmers’ markets in Greece, action learning programs through community kitchens, market research and strategy, and has introduced a sustainable food policy in the municipality of Athens.

His university background combines Sociology and Business Administration (BA) at the University of Vermont and graduate studies in Philosophy at the University of London – London School of Economics.


Dr. Christina Marouli
Associate Professor, Environmental Studies, Department of Science and Mathematics, Deree – The American College of Greece

Dr. Christina Marouli is teaching at the Environmental Studies B.Sc. program of DEREE – the American College of Greece, where she also founded and directed (for 7 years) the Center of Excellence for Sustainability. In addition, she has extensive experience as a consultant and a free-lance researcher on environmental and occupational safety health issues in the private sector, as well as an expert of EU funded environmental projects (under LIFE or Urban Innovative Action initiatives). She has worked with NGOs focusing on women’s and children’s issues (i.e. Director of Save the Children, Greece; responsible for development education programmes at the YWCA, Greece), while she was a co-founder of the Emergency Research Center (NGO).

She has studied biochemistry (B.A.), Urban and environmental policy (M.A.) and sociology (PhD) in the United States, with a specialisation on the urban environment, health and social inequalities. She has been the recipient of a Fulbright award during which she collaborated with a Turkish professor and did research on multicultural environmental education programmes. Her research interests include sustainable – healthy – smart cities, food waste, Education for Sustainability, and education for behavioural and social change.

202005Nov(Nov 5)12:3015Dec(Dec 15)16:30Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility School(November 5) 12:30 - (December 15) 16:30

Event Details

 

When:
November 5 – December 15, 2020 | 12-part webinar series; 12:30 – 16:30

Organized by:

CSR Hellas
University of Crete
Alba Graduate Business School – The American College of Greece

Supported by:

ACG Center of Excellence for Sustainability (CES)

 

The CSR School aims to provide advanced training regarding the identification of sustainability-related business opportunities and the inclusion of responsibility in the core of one’s business strategy, in order to achieve sustainable value and formulate a more resilient organization.

The first School took place in September 2019 at the premises of The American College of Greece. This year, due to the pandemic, it will go virtual through a series of webinars.

The current trend urges businesses and organizations to incorporate the social responsibility and sustainability principles within their business strategy, transforming the ‘traditional’ business model. The CSR School will provide participants with the knowledge and tools needed to fulfill their organizations’ social purpose through a holistic approach in which social impact is infused in the businesses’ everyday operations and mission.

The training program is envisioned as a journey that will cover all major identified areas that relate to the responsible management of sustainability. Within 6 weeks, during which a minimum of 48 hours of sustainability-related knowledge and management experience will be shared, trainees will gain an up-to-date overview of major developments around the largest environmental, social and governance challenges affecting businesses nowadays.

During the 12-part Webinar series, the participants will attend lectures by distinguished academic faculty members from institutions such as Wharton, University of Pennsylvania, and OECD, discuss relevant case studies, learn about best practices that have been implemented by experienced senior professionals and exchange views and thoughts around the incorporation of relevant theory into the CSR initiatives of their own organization. The webinars will be delivered via the ZOOM platform in English.

The topics of the CSR School are the following:

  1. Setting the frame
  2. Leadership
  3. Value
  4. Governance
  5. Supply Chain
  6. Environment
  7. Circularity
  8. Employees
  9. Finance & Banking
  10. Reporting
  11. Capital Markets
  12. Partnerships

The program is addressed to professionals and practitioners interested in gaining in-depth perspective and knowledge on corporate sustainability and responsibility as well as undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students.

 

Early-bird registration until September 30