Background detail about the issues that characterise our way of working: innovation, research and sustainability
Eni’s internal Working Group on Business and Human Rights hosted a Workshop to identify the company’s Salient Human Rights issues.
Training plays a fundamental role in the process for internally ensuring commitment to respecting Human Rights.
Eni is committed to respecting Human Rights Treaties and Standards, including the UN Guiding Principles for Businesses and Human Rights.
Eni values participation to Human Rights networks and supports renowned associations and experts.
Eni is committed to respecting and promoting internationally recognized workers’ rights.
Eni is committed to identifying, preventing, mitigating and accounting for how it addresses any potential impact on Human Rights.
Eni is committed to respecting the internationally recognized Human Rights of local individuals communities.
Eni manages its security operations in accordance with international Human Rights principles and standards.
The Sustainability function designs and implements Eni’s Human Rights Due Diligence in co-operation with all relevant functional areas.
A message presented by the CEO Claudio Descalzi: “Raising awareness on Business and Human Rights in Eni Activities”.
Eni is committed to identifying, preventing, mitigating and accounting for how it addresses its impacts on Human Rights.
The largest part of Eni’s products do not contain Conflict Minerals.
The framework for our activities related to human rights the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights.