By  on November 7, 2019

MILAN — “Social sustainability implies equal rights,” said Prada chairman Carlo Mazzi, underscoring how the group believes that business and institutions have the moral obligation to create an environment which encourages freedom, equality and justice.

In an interview here ahead of the “Shaping a Sustainable Future Society” conference in New York on Nov. 8, Mazzi illustrated how the goal is also to explore the nature and impact of ethical considerations on consumers in a social and political environment that is increasingly complex. This requires a conversation that is more and more sophisticated, as the group feels the need to contribute to understanding the changes in society, where cultural progress, boosted by technology and globalization, has increased sensitivity about human rights and cultural identities.

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