Francesca Tardioli is an Italian senior career diplomat.
She holds the position of Ambassador of Italy to Australia since September 2019.
In her thirty-year career she has held various positions in Embassies and Consulates, including Tirana, Riyadh, Tripoli, as well as in multilateral Organisations, in particular NATO, and in Italy, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, where before coming to Australia she was Central Director of the United Nations and Human Rights at the Directorate General for Political and Security Affairs.
As the global economy’s GDP is predicted to double by 2050 thanks in large part to technological developments. This panel will discuss and analysis digitalisation as a driver of efficiency and prosperity. The international community, spurred by the G20, needs to make digitalisation an opportunity for all.
This panel will discuss international trade and long-term investment including infrastructure bringing about positive economic impact. It will also be debating global growth and international momentary and financial systems.
Inclusive businesses provide goods, services, and livelihoods on a commercially viable basis. In addition to these commercially inclusive activities, businesses may also pursue broader socially inclusive goals and aims at turning businesses not only into profit driven entities but also as bastions of social and environmental responsibility. Inclusive business should promote sustainable development in all its dimensions – economic, social, and environmental.
The COP26 summit, organised by The UK and Italy, will bring parties together to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. As countries begin to recover from the Coronavirus pandemic, this panel will discuss how countries and corporates are taking this historic opportunity to tackle climate change at the same time focusing on building back their economies stronger and greener.
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