The webinar “Sustainable development and all the relevant stakeholders: the role of global policy on environment and sustainability in defining stakeholders over the last 50 years” will be held on May 20, 2021, at 5 pm, via Zoom
The event organized by Researchers Rui M. Sá and Cecilia Veracini is within the scope of the research line ATEGINA (Environment and Anthropocene Narratives). Dr. Lucilla Spini (Bio – Anthropologist, Fondazione Fratelli Rosselli, Florence) is the guest speaker of the webinar.
Recently the term “stakeholder” has become a buzzword within the framework of global policy on environment and sustainability, as also exemplified by the repeated occurrence of the word in several UN documents (e.g., “Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”). On the other hand, there is no clarity on its meaning. Such an excursus is intended to encourage a discussion on how to better define and interpret the term “stakeholder” in order to foster inclusion, diversity, and transnational governance for sustainable development.
We hope you can join us!
Meeting ID: 826 2132 4055