Sustainers and Partners

Fondazione Etica lives on the contribution of its supporters, the many who on a personal level have decided to support it in financial terms but also in terms of competence and work provided on a voluntary basis.

We do not receive public contributions.

No supporter is financially pre-eminent on the others, as the Foundation intends to preserve its financial independence, as well as its ideology, and therefore the private contributions it receives are always, and sometimes even very much, contained in the amount.

We recall some supporters, in various ways, among the first who believed in our business since its inception:

Marco Bassilichi, Giovanni Bazoli, Massimo Bettoni, Aldo Bonomi, Cariplo Foundation, Umberta Gnutti Beretta, Antonio Fallico, Chiara Fantinelli, Elena Franceschetti, Piero Gandini of Flos, Mps Foundation, Barbara Lazzari, Fernando Metelli, Clara Stabiumi, Laura Veschetti, Matteo Zanetti .

Partners

 

International Partnerships

The Fondazione Etica was accepted into the International network of foundations (European and other foundations) the EUROPEAN FOUNDATION CENTRE (EFC), with central offices in Brussels.

The foundation also partners with the European foundation, GROUP OF STATES AGAINST CORRUPTION (GRECO), which, in conjunction with the European Council, concerns itself with integrity, transparency and, above all, the fight against corruption. Our Observatory on Party Reforms aims to extend relations with Greek and Italian political parties, as well as with those in the other fifteen European democracies.

By working alongside GRECO, we have established contacts with the Italian Government’s Public Office regarding the same issues.

In regard to party regulation, we have forged a relationship with the PARTY LAW PORTAL which works out of the University of Leiden in the Netherlands.

The WORLD BANK GROUP considers corruption a major challenge to its twin goals of ending extreme poverty by 2030 and boosting shared prosperity for the poorest 40 percent of people in developing countries. In addition, reducing corruption is at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals and achieving the ambitious targets set for Financing for Development.