In Venice's enchanting Piazza San Marco, The Human Safety Net's newest bookstore has opened its doors. Run by the renowned bookstore La Toletta, this innovative Bookstore welcomes visitors every day, offering a cultural experience from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

"Beyond Books: a Place of social inclusion."

The Human Safety Net Bookstore Unveiled Venice

Located on the first floor of the Procuratie Vecchie, The Human Safety Net's Bookstore goes beyond selling books.

It features a selection of design objects and handicrafts from social cooperatives and refugee start-ups supported by the movement. An initiative that focuses on issues of social inclusion.

"The Human Safety Net: Enhancing potential in a cultural environment."

In just eighteen months since the opening of the Foundation House, The Human Safety Net is expanding its efforts with a cultural project designed to become a landmark for Venetians and visitors alike.

The goal is to transform the Bookstore into an open and welcoming space that contributes positively to the community.

"Simone Bemporad: Enthusiasm for a new Chapter."

Simone Bemporad, vice president of The Human Safety Net Foundation and Group Chief Communications & Public Affairs Office at Generali Group, expresses his enthusiasm, "The opening of The Human Safety Net Bookstore represents a key piece in our project.

Our intent is to transform this space into a welcoming place, the home of a network that can positively influence the world and generate a beneficial impact on the community."

"La Toletta: a ninety-year history in Venetian cultural life."

The management of the Bookstore has been entrusted to the historic bookstore La Toletta, which has been active for ninety years and is deeply rooted in the cultural life of Venice.

A partnership aimed at providing a shared space in one of the most iconic squares, encouraging meetings and stimulating reflection on social impact.

"Extended hours and opportunities: an invitation to explore."

The new store will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., offering not only books but also the opportunity to purchase admission tickets for the interactive exhibition "A World of Potential," located on the third floor of the Procuratie Vecchie.

An invitation to explore a unique cultural environment that promotes social inclusion and individual potential.

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