The Results of the Student CSR Article Writing Competition 2021
The winners and finalists of the 2021 Council on Business & Society CSR student article writing competition have now been officially selected. Congratulations to all those students who participated in the 2021 event with a special mention to the winners, runners-up and finalists for the outstanding quality of their work! A warm thank you to the school coordinators and faculty reading juries for their skill, time and effort which have made the 2021 competition such a success.
The 2021 competition winners in each participating school are:
Names in alphabetical order
Barbara Verdade de Aquino Carvalho, FGV-EAESP Winner, with No Taste, No Smell, But Definately a New Vision : Women after Covid-19
Adélie Conan-Nguyen, MiM student, ESSEC Business School Winner, with Piece by Piece
Sandra Forro, BBA student, IE Business School Winner, with It Takes Two to Tango: Why Employers shouldn’t be so quick to downsize during COVID-19
Grace Gollogley, BBS Global Business student, Trinity Business School Winner, with Firms and Technology Achieving Good in Business and Society
Jessica Pham, BSc in International Management student, Warwick Business School Winner, with Shareholder activism: Driving sustainability into profitability.
The 2021 competition runners-up and finalists are:
Runner-up and Finalist Names in alphabetical order
Anna Victoria Couri, MiM student, ESSEC Business School joint Runner-up, with Moral Money – the good, the bad, and the ugly
Dat Dinh, BBA student, IE Business School Runner-up, with The Circular Economy and Biomimicry for Sustainability
Sophie Hayes, MSc Management student, Trinity Business School Runner-up, with The Circular Economy: More than a buzzword
Patrick Hilton, Distance Learning MBA participant, Warwick Business School Runner-up, with Never assume: The pursuit of 'technology for good'
Alexandre Sion, MiM student, ESSEC Business School joint Runner-up, with Game-changer: Making the case for impact investing
Pedro Vormitag, MPGI student, FGV-EAESP Runner-up, with How to make envlronmental pollcy drive buslness lnnovatlon
Anagha Adishesha, MSc Human Resource Management, Trinity Business School Finalist, with Leaders’ Art of Balancing: The company and the employees during COVID
Jacqueline Bergamaschini, MSc Law and Finance student, Trinity Business School Finalist, with It Takes a Community to Build a Community – Insights from Italian business aligning to the needs of the community during the pandemic
Ivan Berni Jnr, FGV-EAESP Finalist, with How Can Leaders Manoeuvre the Covid Challenge: Save the company or save the employees?
Caiyuan Gao, BSc Management student, School of Management Fudan University Finalist, with Shared Employee: An innovative employment practice to help companies cope with the pandemic challenge
Livia Kuga, Masters in People Management student, FGV-EAESP Finalist, with Technology and Humans: One path
Yok Yun Angela Low, MSc Digital Marketing Strategy student, Trinity Business School Finalist, with Introducing Another Pandemic: The Wave of Deteriorating Gender Equality
Syreel Mishra, Full-time MBA participant, Trinity Business School Finalist, with Fashion – A feminist issue?
Olga Panashchenko, MiM student, ESSEC Business School Finalist, with Sink or Swim: How can corporate leaders resist the Covid-19 challenge?
Marie-Sophie Roul, Grande Ecole Media Chair student, ESSEC Business School Finalist, with Climate Inaction: Changing normalcy
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 faculty whose research into responsible leadership and business practices is internationally recognised.
And lastly, thanks to you, our readers from all over the world, and your encouraging comments on our articles, your participation in our online masterclasses, and your downloads of our knowledge and learning content.
As an echo of the hopes raised in June 2020 upon the results of last year’s competition, many of you are again going into summer with increased freedom and a return to near-normality after the many months of the pandemic and the restrictions it has imposed. We invite you to take the opportunity to reflect on how the experience you have lived through has changed you, shaped your hopes for the future, and impacted the way we view the world and our environment. We can only hope that your positive ideas will turn to action for a better world!
Kind regards and safe keeping,
Tom Gamble, Associate Director, Council on Business & Society
Read the 2019 and 2020 winner, runner-up and finalist articles in Global Voice magazine