Marco Fasciglione Institute for Research on Innovation and Services for Development, National Research Council of Italy
Marco Fasciglione (Ph.D.) is researcher of International Law at the National Research Council (CNR) since 2011 where he is PI of the research project on Corporate Human Rights and Environmental Due Diligence and the promotion of the Corporate Responsibility (CO.RE.). His scientific experience focuses in general on the international system of protection of human rights, with specific expertise on the impact of business activities on human rights, business ethics and the protection of non-economic values of supply chains. Other research areas include the protection of the environment, the rights of vulnerable categories (migrants, disabled persons, elderly persons, etc.), and the impact on human rights stemming from the development of Artificial Intelligence technologies.
Former legal officer at the European Court of Human Rights, he serves (since July 2020) also in the Management Board of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). He is member of the ESIL Interest Group on International Business and Human Rights and of the Global Business and Human Rights Scholars Association, as well. In 2002, he has been honored with the Roberto Marrama Prize “In search of talents”, annually awarded in order to prize young ideas’ entrepreneurs of Southern Italy.
Being an Italian native speaker, Marco has full command of English and French
Field of expertise in the B&HRs area: State Duty to Protect; Human Rights Due Diligence, International Mechanisms of Protection of Human Rights