Welfare Italia - logoIn collaboration with Censis, Unipol publicly proposed a reflection on the need to review public-private welfare models in the belief that new forms of collaboration and strategic sharing between governments and enterprises can create a virtuous cycle: with private entities no longer called to implement public decisions in outsourcing but with a new approach that sees public and private and public sectors united in responding to major global and local challenges. Cooperation that goes beyond the traditional enforcement partnerships to favour partnerships offering solutions.

During the 2016 conference “White economy: innovation and growth” promoted by Unipol, institutional decision-makers, managers, companies and experts discussed the potential of the White Economy (social and healthcare welfare services), understood as a driver for national growth.

The event set the goal of reducing the current 53% of government spending dedicated to healthcare, pensions and assistance by investing in public-private integration and the White Economy to ensure the growth and development of the national economy.

Unipol, with over 50 years of experience, intends to share it technical knowledge with the Public Administration for the creation of new welfare models, better protection for citizens and the greater sustainability, also economic, of the system.

The same approach has been adopted for catastrophic events and the emerging issue of Cyber security: local resilience and network security are essential infrastructural elements that also require new private-public partnerships in order to guarantee and protect the community.