equality

Here at Unsustainable, we follow the philosophical and ethical principles of contractarianism, utilitarianism, and humanism. We believe in equal rights for every living human being regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, cultural identification, social status, level of education, or any other factor by which the rights of the individual are obviated, circumvented, or violated.

It is to the furtherment of this goal that we present, and continue to search for, stories and articles on the struggle towards universal equality.

The proceeding interactive graphics from Our World In Data respectively portray the current worldwide state of gender inequality and recorded violations of human rights. Sliders can be utilized to change the year and compare differences over time.

all articles relating to equality

Clouds in the hills. Climate, Ecology, Unsustainable
From The Editor, August 2019

Three months in, and things are looking grim. Fires in the Arctic and Amazon, worsening of the climate problem, the Fall Armyworm invasion, and more.

Philanthropy for An Equitable Society

A solution to global inequality, one that could likewise foster economic growth, is desperately needed. “Creative Philanthropy” could be the answer.

Climate Change is Boosting Global Inequality

Climate change and anthropogenic warming have devastated the economies of warmer, poorer countries; while financially boosting colder, wealthier countries.

Watering can showering a vegetable garden with water
Cooperative: Ideal for an Egalitarian Big Society

The cooperative combines the principles and practices of capitalism and socialism, aiming to draw the best from both with the goal of financial equality.

2019 Malawi Tripartite Elections: Mutharika Narrowly Retains Presidency

Malawian president Peter Mutharika was, on 21 May, narrowly re-elected for a second, and his final, five-year mandate.

The Virginia creeper will just have to sustain us now

With last night’s defeat in Australia of the Labor Party to the Liberals against all odds, and the best of News Polls, and predictions, this contemplation of the Virginia creeper might just have to sustain us for the near future.

Lily

This portrait, translated from an old photograph into a painting by Varla Bishop, shows us an image of happiness in spite of poverty.

Vanderful: An African Adventure for Education

The Vanderful team plans to bring education and adventure to West Africa, after it captured their hearts during time spent teaching and living in Namibia.

Uttarakhand; Sarmoli, The Mountain Life

Sarmoli is not a place you go to visit; Sarmoli is a place you go for an experience.

Tuberculosis Education in Malawi

Malawi is set to introduce Tuberculosis lessons in its primary schools in a bid to fight this highly-communicable and deadly disease.