We are delighted to announce that the 5th PRME UK and Ireland Conference will be hosted by
School of Business and Management, Queen Mary, University of London.
The theme for 2018 is based on the concept of 'Leaving no one behind' in progressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- inclusive Responsible Management Education in an era of precarity.
The call for papers and contributions will be circulated shortly. In the meantime, we would be very grateful if you could circulate this 'save the date' as widely as possible through your networks
We are delighted to advise you of the above forthcoming event in collaboration with Green House Think Tank, to be held on Friday 26th January 2018 (11am -15.30pm) and kindly hosted by Oxford Brookes University.
The event is aimed at a wide spectrum of business and management academics interested in debates about post-growth economics and makes no assumptions about prior knowledge and current debates.
The speakers and discussion leaders are John Blewitt - Distinguished Fellow, Schumacher Institute, Molly Scott Cato, Green Party MEP, Economist and former Professor of Strategy and Sustainability Roehampton University and Rupert Read Chair of Green House Think Tank and Reader in Philosophy at the University of East Anglia.
Early booking is advisable and there is a charge (to cover lunch and refreshments) of £30
Please follow link at https://tinyurl.com/PRME2018
Full joining instructions will be sent out to booked participants in the week before the workshop.
We hope you are able to join us and take part in the discussions for what we anticipate will be a very informative and stimulating event.
We are really pleased to bring you details of our Second Annual Responsible Business and Management Writing Competition. Once again this is brought to you by the PRME Chapter UK & Ireland in collaboration with Oxford Brookes Business School.
Our inaugural 2016/17 competition led to some impressive entries and prizewinners from Kent Business School, Salford Business School, Glasgow School for Business and Society, Winchester University Business School and Royal Holloway.
This year's 2017/18 competition continues to focus on raising awareness of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and of PRME's work to draw these into business school thinking across the UK and Ireland.
We would like this to reach all colleagues asap, so recipients of this email, please forward it without delay to:
The competition in brief:
We look forward to being overwhelmed by all your entries by the deadline on 28th February 2018 !
The 2017 Global Forum for Responsible Management Education - 10 Years of PRME - in New York between 18-19 July to reflect on a decade of the PRME initiative. Together with faculty, business representatives, and United Nations officials, the 2017 PRME Global Forum will add new momentum in the growing movement to expand responsible management education and to advance the Sustainable Development Goals.
If you cannot make it to the event, you can still follow the discussions by clicking on these links: