Hiring & Training

Generali is part of Tent France and and Tent Deutschland, exploring opportunities to help refugees enter the labor market in these two countries, including through employment or job preparation.

Generali is helping provide better access to employment and supporting the economic inclusion of Ukrainian refugee women in Europe through Tent’s Sunflower Project.

In 2023, Generali committed to train 5,000 refugees, including Ukrainian refugee women, in France, Germany, Italy, and Switzerland over three years. It will do so through the Human Safety Net, Generali’s initiative which partners with local organizations, including ReDi School, Joblinge, EachOne, the Milan Committee of the Red Cross, and Capacity, to provide labor market pathways and placements into jobs, from IT specialists to care workers.


Generali committed to empowering refugees to set up 500 new businesses by 2020. Through The Human Safety Net, Generali’s new initiative for its communities, Generali is harnessing entrepreneurship to enable refugees in Europe to create their own jobs. Through work, refugees can take back their dignity and build new livelihoods that secure a decent life for themselves and their families.

Starting in Germany and France, refugees can access a competitive 6- to 8-month program of incubation, training and funding to equip them with the skills, resources and tools for becoming successful entrepreneurs.

Thanks to a new partnership and a co-investment from the French Labour Ministry, Generali committed to  expand their  program for refugee entrepreneurs in France from Paris to three new locations: in Montreuil, St Denis and Strasbourg. The Strasbourg incubator, realized in collaboration with German colleagues and partners, will be the first Franco-German hub of its kind.


In 2022, Generali committed to mentoring 50 LGBT*IQ refugees in Cologne, Munich, Saarbrücken, and Aachen over three years.

In 2022, Generali committed to mentoring 50 refugee women in Italy and France over three years.