At a symposium in May 2019 organized by the International Association for Research in Public Management (AIRMAP), Corinne Lepage, President of the Association of Friends of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, had the opportunity to present the Declaration to all members of the academic and scientific communities present on that day. On this occasion, Carlos Moreno, Scientific Director of the Territorial Entrepreneurship Innovation Chair (ETI) signed the Declaration on his behalf and on behalf of the ETI Chair.
The ETI Chair at the University of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne is a young research initiative of the IAE Paris Sorbonne Business School, created to bring together public and private actors in France and abroad around the major challenges of today and tomorrow in cities and different territories. Its objective is to build policies that can cope with the various technological, managerial, economic, social and, of course, environmental changes, by rethinking innovation and putting it at the service of the territories.
At the same time, the DDHu had the pleasure of welcoming Carlos Moreno, Scientific Director of the ETI Chair as an ambassador for the Declaration.