2017 Geneva Challenge Semi-Finalists


The following submissions were long listed as semi-finalists of the Geneva Challenge 2017 on employment.


Title of submission


ViaEm - an innovative, holistic, and gender-sensitive response to employment challenges faced by femal excombatants

University of Chicago, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

e-Samiti - Empowering workers in under-regulated uberized markets using e-unions

ETH Zurich, University of Mumbai, University of Luxembourg, Hertie School of Governance, National Institute of Industrial Engineering, Mumbai

Find Your North

Harvard Kennedy School, Yale School of Management, NYU Stern School of Business

Project Aalok - Technological Empowerment of Rural Assam

Carnegie Mellon University

Kushanda NEXT JOB - Inclusive technology moving towards the future of work

University of Buenos Aires, Texas Tech University, Paris Institute of Political Studies

Harnessing the Gigantic Potential

Harvard Kennedy School

AYA Innovation Hub - Harnessing Skills, Spurring Innovation, Improving Lives

Cornell University, The London School of Economics and Political Science

Project Mekong Garden: Leveraging ICT to diversify employment opportunities for female small-holder farmers in Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Lund University, The London School of Economics and Political Science

E+Youth - Galvanizing Energy with Experience towards Youth Empowerment

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Simon Fraser University, University of Dhaka