Life trajectories of wealth, health and well-being diverge. Multiculturalism and migration complicate civic life and solidarity. Neighborhoods become segregated. Digitalization and datafication open new opportunities but also intensify polarization. Making sense of social inequality is a constitutive task of social sciences and humanities.
INEQ is shaped by three interrelated themes:
- Recognition: How do we experience and recognize inequalities?
- Representation: How do we collect knowledge and data about inequalities?
- Responses: How does our policy choises response to inequalities?