Institutions

The collaborative and transparent relations with national and supranational institutions aim to facilitate dialogue on matters of mutual interest and to ensure the Group’s viewpoint is faithfully represented.


Telecom Italia is involved in parliamentary hearings, including the one on audiovisual and radio media services, which aims to test whether current legislation is adequate to regulate the technological convergence process between traditional television broadcasting services and the Internet.

Relations with
Central National Institutions

Lobbying activities are principally conducted with the parliamentary committee members of the upper and lower houses of the Italian parliament concerned with issues that could impact on the company, including those of an economic and financial nature or concerning privacy, telecommunications, Internet and TV.
The legislative oversight activities performed by Telecom Italia in respect of the institutions often leads to amendments to individual measures being proposed.

Dialogue with
local national institutions

At local level, Telecom Italia maintains constant dialogue with institutions on subjects of a general nature regarding the electronic communications sector, in particular the network development. The dialogue takes place both directly with local authorities and with their representative associations: ANCI and UPI.

Relations with European and international institutions

Relations with EU and supranational institutions are of an institutional nature (e.g. participation in meetings of parliamentary committees) and collaborative (e.g. meeting with the EU Commission or the European Parliament).
As regards relations with the UN, the activities carried out as part of the Global Compact (GC) are of particular importance, taking the form of participation in the working group on Human Rights organised by the GC Network Germany and in the various activities of the Italian network.

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