Climate Action Life on Land Reduced Inequalities SDGs Sustainable Cities and Communities

Recognizing Different Worldviews Through Ontological Multiplicity

In this episode of Sustainability Unwrapped we explore ontological multiplicity, the challenges of modern ontology, practical examples of how it affects what is considered responsible and sustainable by different actors involved and how we all can benefit from understanding the worldviews that govern our own sense-making. To navigate through this complex topic and help illustrate […]

Decent Work and Economic Growth Gender Equality Quality Education Reduced Inequalities Responsible Consumption and Production SDGs

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, […]

Gender Equality Quality Education Reduced Inequalities SDGs

Algorithmic Bias – the Dark Side of Social Media

In this episode of Sustainability Unwrapped Anna Zhuravleva dives into the topic of algorithmic bias in social media, why it is a sustainability issue and what can be done for a more responsible social media presence together with Associate Professor Mikko Vesa and Doctoral Researcher Anna Maaranen. In the episode we focus on question such […]