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Organisations and Associations

The TIM Group has undersigned numerous environmental and social commitments with several national and international organisations in order to promote human rights, working standards and environmental safeguard.

Global Compact, the main global benchmark launched in 2000 by the UN, to which Telecom Italia has been signed up since 2002; Telecom Italia is a member of the Global Compact Network Italy.

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Global Compact Network Italia

Workgroup on Human Rights

ITU (International Telecommunications Union) the UN's main agency for Telecommunications and Information, as well as a reference point for governments and the private sector in the development of networks and services.

United Nations website


 

ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute), the main European standardisation organisation for telecommunications.

 


GSM Association and particularly the GSMA - Mobile Alliance against Child Sexual Abuse Content working group for all technological and communication initiatives aimed at protecting children in the mobile phone sector.

 


ICT Coalition and Better Internet for kids, for establishing the principles and technologies required to make the Internet a safer place for children.


 

GRI, a body set up in 1997 by CERES, Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economy, with the aim of developing globally applicable guidelines for drawing up sustainability reports.



GeSI (the Global e-Sustainability Initiative), a global partnership of ICT companies to promote the sustainable development of new technologies.



ETNO, a trade association which aims, among other things, to develop a competitive and efficient European telecommunications market through coordination between operators and dialogue with Institutions.

Joint Audit Cooperation, a joint initiative between telephone operators to perform sustainability audits in the production plants of suppliers in developing countries.

Some TIM registrations concern associations which, as part of their domestic and foreign activities, also perform a dominant, although not exclusive, role of influencing legislation. The total membership fees in the last four-year period to belong to these associations is reported in millions of euros: approx. 5.0 in 2016; approx. 4.7 in 2017, approx. 4.4 in 2018 and approx. 4.3 in 2019.

The most substantial membership fees paid in 2019 relate to the Confindustria system (including the total for Confindustria associazioni territoriali, Asstel and Assinform) for approx. 3.5 million euros, ETSI-3GPP for approx. €166,000, ETNO for approx. €167,000, ITU for approx. €90,000, Linux Foundation networking for approx. €71,000, GSMA for approx. €160,000 and Aspen for approx. €42,000.

As reported in TIM anticorruption policy, political contributions are not allowed. So, for TIM, political contributions and lobbying expenditures have always been equal to 0 (zero). 

  

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