Novak Djokovic Foundation Attended the NetWorks Summit Organized by The Human Safety Net in Venice

by NDFAuthors

  • Nov 23, 2022

170 people from 24 countries attended the THSN conference in Venice where experiences and knowledge from all parts of the globe were exchanged. Among them was the delegation of the Novak Djokovic Foundation.

Thanks to the “Support, not perfection” program, the Novak Djokovic Foundation nurtures a long-term partnership with Generali Osiguranje Srbija and Generali’s global initiative The Human Safety Net, which supports the implementation and scaling of this recognizable program. This week, in Venice, in the newly opened premises of this organization, a world leader in the field of humanitarian work, a three-day conference was held to celebrate The Human Safety Net’s fifth birthday. The conference was attended by 170 people from 62 NGO’s and 24 countries.

Dusan Petrovic and Smiljana Grujic (Novak Djokovic Foundation) with Natasa Djurdjevic and Nastasja Vukic (Generali Osiguranje Srbija) at NetWorks Summit in Venice.

Thanks to selected speakers and skillful moderators, interactive workshops, thought-provoking panels, but also organized “extracurricular” activities and a visit to a unique world exhibition that celebrates human potential and creativity, those present had the opportunity to get to know each other and exchange their experiences – from Argentina to the Philippines via Slovakia, Afghanistan, and many others.

This is the first time that the summit was organized in the new home of THSN, at St. Marco’s square in the heart of Venice.

The Novak Djokovic Foundation is honored to have partners such as Generali Osiguranje Srbija and The Human Safety Net by our side and looks forward to the continuation of this cooperation, as well as the next visit to Venice and the presentation of our important work in front of a world audience.

Serbia representatives with their colleagues from Slovenia and Croatia.

Inspired by the Human Safety Net slogan – People Helping People – we will continue to do just that, to the satisfaction of parents, children and all the communities we help.

The main goal of the foundation remains the same: to provide every child in Serbia with access to quality preschool education by 2030. Also, we wish good luck to The Human Safety Net, which in the next 5 years plans to reach the magic number of a million people who have been helped through cooperation with organizations like ours. Believe in their dreams!