dedicated to researching phenomena relating to how social well-being can be fostered in and by organizations. The notion organizations comprises private companies, public organizations, but also larger organized constructs such as the EU or “Europe” as a territorial organization. Social sustainability means offering processes for creating successful places that promote wellbeing, by understanding what people need from the places they live and work. Social sustainability combines design of the physical realm with design of the social world – infrastructure to support social and cultural life, social amenities, opportunities for citizen and employee engagement, and space for people and places to evolve as to their belonging and identity. Social sustainability can be reached by aligning formal and informal processes; systems; structures; and relationships have to allow both current and future generations to create a healthy and durable living. Socially sustainable communities are equitable, diverse, connected and democratic and provide a good quality of life. We are interested in how organizations of all types can contribute with a culture of social sustainability.
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- Organization Studies
- Organizational Culture
- Social Sustainability
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