Thank you for joining us for the LSE Festival Research Competition last week! We had two lovely evenings filled with research, live music and a few drinks.
Congratulations to all our participants and, especially, our winners!
And the winners are... Aurelia Streit with her abstract "“It Was Not Syria But The War That Gave Us Women Rights!” How Forced Displacement Can Be A Catalyst for Women’s Empowerment of Syrian Refugees in Lebanon" for the LSE LIFE and Research Abstract prizes, Farhia Abukar "Coloured Girls" for the Photograph prize, Ganga Shreedhar "Seeing Red, But Acting Green?" for the Poster prize, Diego Alburez-Gutierrez, with his photograph "How to Survive a Genocide: Lessons From the Guatemalan Civil War" for the PhD Academy prize, Victoria Adewole for her Poster, "Operating Efficiently: Fixing the Market for Surgical Equipment in Low and Middle Income Countries" for the Beveridge prize, and Nihan Albayrak with her abstract "Who Helps in Global Disasters? It's Not Being Neighbours, it's Feeling Neighbourly" for the Popular prize.
To see more of the submissions have a look at our online gallery http://www.lse.ac.uk/Research/lse-festival-research-competition