2015 Geneva Challenge semi-finalists


The following submissions were long listed as semi-finalists of the Geneva Challenge 2015 on return migrations and socio-economic development.

Title of submission University
Vital Networks: Extending the Agency of Return Migrant Health Workers London School of Economics and Political Science / The Architectural Association
From stigma to Inclusion: Helping Expatriated Dominicans Integrate Into Society Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra
Systemic Contigency, Action and Remedy in the Migration Context: Addressing the Challenges of Effectively Reintegrating Afghan Women in their Home Country Upon Return Universität Wien
A.R.C. Project University of Helsinki
The Selamat Datang Project: A Program to Empower Indonesia's Returning Migrant Workers Josef Korbel School of International Studies

Empowerement of Return Migrants for Economic Development: Capitalizing on Skills of Contract-Based Vietnamese Workers coming home from abroad

Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies / Diplomatic Academy of Vienna
From Qatar's World Cup Slaves to Transnational Social Entrepreneurs ? Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Project Punaragaman University of Tampa
Lone Peacock - The endless wait for the Mango Showers National Law School of India University
Empowering Repatriated Subsistence Indian Workers from the Gulf Mannheim Business School
The Ethics of Remitting: Building a Normative Framework for the Inclusion of Remittances in Policy Discussions on Migration and Development Columbia University
Assisting the Reintegration of Philippine Return Migrants through Mobile Technology University of the Philippines