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          The Human Safety Net

          The Human Safety Net

          A GLOBAL MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE

          The Human Safety Net is a global movement to empower disadvantaged people, powered by Generali and launched in October 2017.

          The Human Safety Net is how our Group is integrating sustainability into all that we do. Consistent with our Sustainability Framework, it is how we are becoming a company and brand with purpose.

          Programmes target different societal challenges, but share a common purpose: to unlock human potential by inspiring people to help people.

          A GLOBAL MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE

          THREE PROGRAMMES

          THREE PROGRAMMES


          The Human Safety Net for Families
          Parents have the greatest impact on their children’s development. The Families program supports parents in the first six years of their children’s life to lay the strongest possible foundations for their future, contributing to early childhood development (ECD).

          THREE PROGRAMMES


          The Human Safety Net for Refugee Start-Ups
          Refugees have the talent and resilience to build successful businesses – but they need dedicated support. The Refugee Start-Ups programme helps refugees flourish as entrepreneurs to integrate them into their host countries.

           

          THREE PROGRAMMES


          The Human Safety Net for Newborns
          Prematurity and birth complications like asphyxia can influence babies’ future lives. The Newborns programme improves quality of care and support to these babies and their families, especially in vulnerable communities.

           

          HOW WE WORK

          The Human Safety Net is a net bringing together the expertise and experience of dozens of NGOs, social enterprises and experts worldwide. It is a community acting together to amplify each organization’s impact. 

          The foundation acts as a competence center on programmes and provides an additional source of funding to Generali business unites in the countries. It assesses partners through a robust selection and due diligence process, coordinates programme design and implementation, monitors progress and shares lessons learned as part of a global Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning system.

          All programmes depend on a strong, eye-level partnership between The Human Safety Net’s NGO partners and Generali companies active within the same communities. This is how we can add the greatest value to NGO partners and have a greater impact on our beneficiaries. 

           

          VENICE, FUTURE HOME OF THE HUMAN SAFETY NET

          Generali shares a small part of Venice’s long history: founders of the insurance group first established their offices in Venice in 1832, right in the Procuratie Vecchie in St Mark’s Square. After renovation, this building will become the home of The Human Safety Net.

          All over the world, Venice is a city famous for its imagination, ingenuity and openness, welcoming millions of visitors every year. For the first time in 500 years, Procuratie Vecchie will be open to the public. Tourists and Venetians will discover the challenges that vulnerable people face, learn about the social impact of The Human Safety Net programs and how they can help, through an interactive journey. Our home will symbolically bridge the gaps between open and closed spaces, ancient institutions, social issues and future challenges. 

          With this open spirit, we’ll welcome Venetians and visitors alike, inviting everyone to explore, get inspired, exchange ideas, and amplify the impact of The Human Safety Net together. The area around St Mark’s Square will come alive as a place to act in the spirit of our movement. 
           
          Today, The Human Safety Net manages programmes and activities in 21 countries on 3 continents: Europe, South America and Asia.

          Visit TheHumanSafetyNet.org to learn more.