Dr Fabiana Di Lorenzo is an experienced consultant, trainer and policy advisor specialising in due diligence, human and labour rights, and business. At ELL, Fabiana designed and supported the execution of lean operational improvement processes to drive human and labour rights business performance in the mineral sector. She delivered research, advisory, capacity building, and evaluation services on responsible sourcing, due diligence and public private partnerships (PPPs) for responsible global supply chains. Fabiana worked for the ILO promoting the fundamental labour conventions through global technical and training programmes, she consulted the Labour Ministry of Saudi Arabia on PPPs and CSR strategy, she also worked for the UK government and as researcher in West Africa where she carried out researches on agricultural supply chains.
Fabiana holds a PhD in Law from the University of King’s College London, UK, a MA in Law (Criminology and Criminal Justice), a MA in International Relations and Human Rights and a BA in International Development and Economics.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, governance and anti-corruption, geology, environment, social accountability, human rights, contract and licensing, redistribution and sustainable development