PhD student Lorenzo Todorow's research to be shared at the Annual International Conference of the UNGC

15 September 2014

PhD student Lorenzo Todorow's research to be shared at the Annual International Conference of the UNGC

Lorenzo Todorow, a PhD Student in Leadership, Organisations and Behaviour is to have his analysis shared at the Annual International Conference of the UNGC.

Lorenzo Todorow has researched, assessed and evaluated two multi-stakeholder dialogue meetings organised by the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and the UN Principle for Responsible Investment (PRI). This collaboration was part of his PhD research project in Business Ethics investigating the factors encouraging the emergence of dialogue within the context of multi-stakeholder meetings. 

The results of his analysis will be shared at the Annual International Conference of the UNGC in Istanbul in September 2014.

These research findings are providing the UNGC with concrete recommendations on how to strengthen local multi-stakeholder dialogue activities, which occur worldwide via its several UNGC Local Networks (in North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia). The project has benefited by close collaboration with  professional consultant, facilitator and educator Lisa Heft.