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Addressing the intersection of inequality

In this episode of Sustainability Unwrapped, Anna Zhuravleva discusses intersectional inequalities as different systems of social inequality – such as gender, social class, and marital status with Inkeri Tanhua, Doctoral student in Management and Organization, and Neema Komba, Doctoral student in Entrepreneurship, Management and Organization. Together they explore practical examples of how inequalities take shape, for example for female coffee producers in Tanzania and what is needed to address these inequalities. In the episode we focus on a question such as:

Why is it relevant to know about the perspective on inequality considering intersectionality?

This is the fifth episode in the seven-episode season focused on how to build a more sustainable future through Responsible Organising.  

Want to find out more? Read Inkeri and Neema’s book chapter Intersectional inequalities and how to fight them in Transformative Action for Sustainable Outcomes: Responsible Organising. 

The podcast is produced by Hanken School of Economics. Anna Zhuravleva, host of Sustainability Unwrapped season three, is a doctoral candidate at Hanken School of Economics in Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility. 

Text written by Enni Nokkosmäki and Elise Wegelius.

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