The “Philippe de Woot Award” has been held on 10.11.20, online.
It's an initiative of the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) supported by many academic partners. It aims to promote sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility by awarding, every two years, one prize to one or several Master thesis(es) which constitute(s) an original contribution to the understanding and thinking about Corporate Social Responsibility. The award is for any student graduated from a University or Business School at Master level and whose Master thesis is about corporate social responsibility or the contribution of companies/organizations to sustainable development.
Congratulations to Line Didelot, awarded, and to all nominees!
Didelot Line, ICHEC - Belgium / Awarded
"How can migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers through skill development and employment be integrated in Greek society by means of a centre for displaced persons in Athens, Greece? The ANKAA Project"
Berthelsen Rasmus Grand and Caceres Larsen Daniel Asger, Copenhagen Business School - Denmark / Nominees
"Collaborative Quest for Higher Yields: A conceptual Framework for Evaluating Market-Driven Development Interventions by Cross-sector Partnerships"
Thirion Isaline, HEC Liège - Belgium / Nominee
"How to drive impact performance in an impact-first investment fund, considering an impact-based financial reward scheme in particular?"
Photo credit: Rob Hopkins