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NBS student awarded Runner Up at the IBE Student Essay Competition 2021

Nottingham Business School are delighted to announce that Anaya Golding has been awarded Runner Up for the Undergraduate category at the ‘IBE Student Essay Competition 2021’.

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Ayana Golding, Student from Nottingham Business School

The competition celebrates the best writing in business ethics and encourages students who are interested in business ethics and the integration of discussions on corporate responsibility into the core curricula of business schools. The Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) is a registered charity that promotes high standards of business behaviour based on ethical values.

Ayana’s essay titled ‘Ethics of Discrimination in the Labour Market and the Impact of this on Casual work’ was one of the shortlisted finalists for the IBE Student Essay Competition 2021.

Anaya commented on the award:

I was notified about the IBE student essay competition through the Employability Learning Room and was interested in entering. I wanted to practice my essay writing and thought that it would be a great opportunity to do so. From May to June, I was supported by David Mann and Sunny Jones to enter and decided to write about the discrimination faced by black and ethnic minorities within the labour market. I thought that it was an important topic to write about so I was thrilled to hear that it was shortlisted."

Ayana Golding, studying International Business at Nottingham Trent University

Congratulations Ayana.

Find out more about the IBE Student Essay Competition in Business Ethics.

Published on 6 November 2021
  • Subject area: Business, management and marketing
  • Category: Current students; Nottingham Business School
  • Location: City Campus