CDWI held its inaugural research symposium on decent work and responsible industry governance on 2nd and 3rd December. We were joined by nearly 50 participants in person and online and thoroughly enjoyed the 24 presentations delivered via HDR students and academics over the two days.
Congratulations to Jenna Mikus for winning the award for Best HDR Paper for her presentation on ‘Achieving well-being while working, leveraging a novel eudaemonic design approach to achieve well-being in a COVID-19 work environment.
Additionally, the following HDRs were each awarded Highly Commended HDR Paper:
- Deborah Munro – Care givers and higher education: Are we there yet?
- Denise Gibran Nogueira – Understanding transformative dynamics of social finance ecologies: The case of alternative food networks
- Gayani Samarakoon – Subordination of female apparel workers in global factory floors.
Very well deserved!