International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Utrecht, the Netherlands: Social Sustainability for the Future
Amanda Lynn Britten

As the human population grows across the planet, so does the concern for social sustainability. There is a considerable amount of interest and research that delves deeper into maintaining an open society in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The quest for social sustainability has been executedin a number of fashions including working papers, journals, ethnographic studies, and networking.Aspects of daily interactions that have been researched to procure sustainability for the people living in Utrecht are stratification including social mobility, the community and its strengths, social networking and its applications, urban restructuring and its effects on the population, and the role of language and communication with inclusion of culture for immigrants. These core subjects have repeatedly been investigated and have led to innovative topics for the future that may serve a greater purpose than anticipated. Above all, maintaining the ability to have all resources available increases social cohesion for any population.

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