DANI is among the signatories of the "Enterprises for people and society manifesto".

DANI is pleased to announce that it has signed the Manifesto "Enterprises for People and Society", the text addressed to companies and drafted by the UN Global Compact Network Italy, the local network of the UN Global Compact, the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative. By signing the Manifesto, DANI pledges to strengthen the role of the social dimension in its business strategies to generate long-term value also in the supply chain and in the communities where it operates. The Manifesto is available here. 

"We are truly proud to have adhered to the manifesto promoted by the United Nations, a step that adds to the important commitments we have made in terms of social sustainability," comments Giancarlo Dani, President and CEO of DANI. "Efficient people management is an indispensable factor for DANI that allows us not only to continue a journey towards sustainability that we have been undertaking for years but also to guarantee our company practices that promote values and contribute to the continuous improvement of our corporate system". 

The UN Global Compact is a special initiative of the UN Secretary-General mandated to guide and support the global business community in promoting the goals and values of the United Nations through responsible business practices. With more than 20,000 companies and over 3,500 non-profit signatories based in 167 countries and 62 local networks, the UN Global Compact is the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the world. The UN Global Compact operates in Italy through the UN Global Compact Network Italia (UNGCN Italia), an organisation established in the Foundation in 2013 after ten years of activity as an informal group. The Italian Network works first and foremost to promote the UN Global Compact and its Ten Principles through institutional dialogue, knowledge production and the dissemination of good sustainability practices. It is also committed to advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations for 2030. More than 600 Italian companies and non-profit organisations participate in the UN Global Compact.