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The Deloitte Central Mediterranean Public Policy Program
The Public Policy Program aims to serve the public interest through the development of projects and initiatives that contribute to generate a positive social and environmental impact for the communities in which Deloitte operates.
In accordance with the Deloitte Global, the North South Europe Public Policy Program and the EU Policy Center based in Brussels, the Deloitte Central Mediterranean Public Policy Program draws upon the skills and knowledge of Deloitte’s 312.000 professionals, cross-functional policy experts, from various backgrounds of 150 countries, 11.000+ in Italy, Greece and Malta. The perspectives gained by working with multilateral organizations, governments and businesses inform Deloitte’s efforts to create an inclusive and forward-looking public policy agenda.
The DCM Public Policy program aims to:
- Serving the public interest through the development of projects and initiatives that contribute to generating a positive social and environmental impact for the communities in which the Deloitte network operates.
- Contributing to the development of public policies, including through the elaboration of research and studies and participation in seminars and workshops in the field.
- Promoting a constant and active dialogue between Deloitte, political-institutional decision-makers at national and local level and other stakeholders, including, for example, business associations, research centers, foundations and associations of the third sector that operate in harmony with the values of Deloitte’s network.
“Through the Public Policy Program, we want to offer our expertise to serve, and make a positive and enduring social impact in, the communities where we work and live."
Chairman of Deloitte Central Mediterranean & Public Policy Leader
"At Deloitte we believe that all actors in society can and must play their part in a system of rights, that also triggers duties and responsibilities."
Deloitte Central Mediterranean, CEO