Social Sustainability

The Broken Window Theory highlights how a single broken window left unrepaired gradually leads to urban disorder. The societal cost of not acting in prevention is often overlooked by conventional policy. Sanandaji Consultancy has developed a method for governments and insurance companies to calculate the future societal cost of a child failing school. By using this method, it is possible to look at public spending for Social Sustainability as an investment rather than an expense. Our latest contribution in the field of Social Sustainability is the Swedish book Vägen till social hållbarhetpublished by Skandia – Idéer för livet. We can offer enterprises and organizations fully-fledged  solutions and strategies to make your business socially sustainable and to contribute Shared Value to society.

A Shared Value approach is strategies through which a company’s  competitiveness is lifted simultaneously as social objectives are achieved. Examples of Shared Value includes energy saving which leads towards lower costs, while at the same time attracting more customers through the attraction of a green profile.

We can offer enterprises and organizations a fully-fledged palette of practices and strategies to make your business socially sustainable and to contribute shared value to society. See our services to find out more.

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