Davos Agenda 2022

Why we need a new social contract for the 21st century

In parts of the global south, social safety nets remain under construction. A new social contract fit for contemporary society would address this challenge Image: Unsplash/Adli Wahid

Aron Cramer

President and Chief Executive Officer, BSR


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Social contracts drawn up in the post-war era did not address modern levels of inequality and longer life expectancy.

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