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Student CSR Change-makers!
Article Writing Competition 2019
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The Results


The winners and finalists of the 2019 Council on Business & Society CSR student article writing competition have now been officially selected. Congratulations to all those students who took the commitment and effort to write and participate in the competition, with a special mention to the winners, runners-up and finalists for the outstanding quality of their work!

The 2019 winners are:

All winners receive €500 equivalent in prize money, a CoBS Responsible Leadership Competition winner’s certificate and their articles published alongside those of CoBS faculty in the June 21st anniversary issue of Global Voice magazine. 

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Seamus Duferrena


Camila Morishita


Xiaoxiang Chen


Ananya Tiwari

ESSEC Business School: Seamus Duferrena, PhD student with What those migrants are doing to our countries


FGV-EAESP: Camila Morishita, Undergraduate student with Females in the Workforce: Breaking free from the doll’s house


School of Management Fudan University: Xiaoxiang Chen, Undergraduate student, with Opportunities Veiled in the Mask of Crisis: How can migration flow boost the economy?


Warwick Business School: Ananya Tiwari, Undergraduate student, with Gender Equality – Is it prosperous for the economy and should this be our sole selling point?

The 2019 runners-up and finalists are:

All runners-up and finalists receive a CoBS Responsible Leadership Competition Runner-up or Finalist certificate and their articles published alongside those of CoBS faculty in the June 21st anniversary issue of Global Voice magazine. 


Andrea Tealdi


Solène Eveillard


Keerit Singh

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Hiba Houmache


Nicolas Desarnauts


Midori Toya

Runner-up: Andrea Tealdi, MiM, ESSEC Asia-Pacific with Migration – Big losses, bigger gains

Runner-up: Keerit Singh, Warwick Business School Undergraduate, with A Giant Step for Everyone: Why gender equality is a need, not a want

Finalist: Nicolas Desarnauts, ESSEC GBBA with The economic case for migration

Finalist: Solène Eveillard, ESSEC MiM with More Gender Equality – More Prosperity for All

Finalist: Hiba Houmache, ESSEC MiM with How can gender equality increase prosperity for all?

Finalist: Midori Toya, ESSEC GBBA with Social contribution and profit – are companies facing a trade off?

View the students' articles in the high summer issue of Global Voice magazine: 

CSR, leadership, social enterprise, management, philanthropy, diversity, gender equity, sustainability, ethics, industrial relations, healthcare, employee wellbeing, Council on Business & Society
Council on Business & Society Student article writing competition 2019

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