Student CSR Change makers!
Student articles published on the Council Community blog
Student articles published in the June 21st issue of Global Voice magazine
CoBS Participant, Finalist, Runner-up and Winner certificates
€500 equiv. cash prize for each winning article in each school.
The winners and finalists of the 2020 Council on Business & Society CSR student article writing competition have been officially selected. Congratulations to all those students who took the commitment and effort to write and participate in the competition during the upheavals engendered by the current crisis, with a special mention to the winners, runners-up and finalists for the outstanding quality of their work! Many thanks equally, to the school coordinators and faculty reading juries for their skills, time and effort which have made the competition a success.
The results of the 2020 student CSR article competition
The 2020 Competition Winners In alphabetical order: .
José Javier Pérez Barea, EMBA participant, IE Business School, with Social Entrepreneurship: Definition and research trends
Shriya Chowdhury, MSc in Management student, Trinity Business School, with How can companies contribute to decreasing domestic violence against women?
Cécile Guignard, MSc in Management student at ESSEC Business School, with How Covid19 shows that companies can play a role in decreasing domestic violence
Ruth Vieira Melo, Undergraduate Business Administration student, FGV-EAESP, with Human rights are Women’s Rights
Sofia Tziortzi, BSc Accounting and Finance student, Warwick Business School, with From Bean Counters to Change Makers: How accounting can save the world.
The 2020 Competition Runners-up and Finalists In alphabetical order:
Fatima Alam, Runner-up, MSc Human Resource Management student, Warwick Business School, with The virus of social distancing and human connection.
Aïda El Kohen, MiM student, ESSEC Business School, with Greenwashing: Fool me no more!
Joyce Sano, Runner-up, Undergraduate Business Administration student, FGV-EAESP, with The Brown Company’s Eco-Guide to Greenwashing
Edward Keunuk Shin, Runner-up, MiM student, ESSEC Business School, with Win It All – a game plan for responsible business
Megha Sureshkar, GMBA participant, ESSEC Business School, with Doing Good While Doing Bad: A Near Impossibility?
Yuqian Li, MSc in International Management student, Trinity Business School, with The environmental and social sustainability of the social entrepreneurship
Dinka Sabalic, Runner-up, Global Online MBA participant, IE Business School, with Sustainable extractive companies – the way to survival or conscientiousness?
Student winning, runner-up and finalist articles will appear in the traditional high-summer issue of Global Voice magazine on June 21st alongside those of our super professors whose research into responsible leadership and business practices and belief in the good cause is internationally recognised.
And lastly, thanks to you – our readers from over thirty countries around the world – for staying with us over the past 2-3 months and sending in your encouraging comments to the articles. Indeed, there are now more of you than ever – professionals, entrepreneurs, managers, instructors, students or folk with the same passion and hopes as ourselves.
In many countries, confinement or lockdown as it’s called, is beginning to be relaxed and as you return to something approaching normality, have a think about all the important lessons the crisis has taught us – some very positive for people and planet that we can keep, some negative and that have to be tweaked, improved, revamped or discarded entirely. Above all, take good care and safe keeping to yourselves and loved ones.
Tom Gamble, Associate Director, Council on Business & Society