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Events - Upcoming

Save the Date: 24th CEEMAN Annual Conference

We are pleased to announce the 24th CEEMAN Annual Conference will take place 28-30 September 2016 in Tallinn, Estonia. The conference is their most important annual event, attended by at least 150 participants from 35 countries - deans and directors of business schools and universities, corporate partners, and international publishers.

The 23rd CEEMAN Annual Conference took place in September 2015 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and saw the launch of a PRME Chapter Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). The chapter will be hosted by Riga International School of Economics and Business Administration (RISEBA), in Latvia. The chapter oganised to strengthen their voice in global PRME movement, as well as to exchange ideas and foster better experience exchange and collaboration in the area of responsible management education relevant for the region.

You can read more about PRME Chapters here.

28 Sep 2016
to 30 Sep 2016
Tallinn, Estonia

Save the date: 5th PRME Regional Meeting LAC

We are pleased to announce the 5th PRME Regional Meeting Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), "Education for sustainability: The contribution of business schools to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),” will take place 28-30 September 2016. The event will be organized by the School of Business and Economics at the National University of San Martin (UNSAM) in Buenos Aires, Argentina and will take place in the main UNSAM facility, Campus Miguelete.

The objectives of the meeting are:

  • Disseminate and promote the adoption of the Six Principles of PRME
  • Motivate a wide range of public and private universities in the region to join PRME
  • Define an approach to a regional contribution strategy from business schools to the private sector to advance towards the SDG's in collaboration with the Global Compact Local Networks
  • Define a regional agenda for business schools to develop collaborative work intra and extra PRME institutions

The events agenda can be found here.

More information, including confirmed speakers, registration forms, accommodation options, and information on our university and city, will be available on the event website.

Registration is open 1 June – 30 August 2016.

In case of questions or comments, please write to 5PRMELAC@gmail.com.

We are pleased to announce that the 3rd PRME Chapter Meeting Iberian will be hosted on 1-2 February 2016 by Porto Business School, Portugal.

28 Sep 2016
to 30 Sep 2016
UNSAM, Argentina

Save the Date: 2nd PRME Champions Meeting and GRLI AGM

REGISTER ONLINE (only for PRME Champions)

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd PRME Champions Meeting of the 2016/17 cycle will be hosted on 16 October by Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick in Ireland to coordinate with the GRLI’s 2016 All Gathering Momentum event (17-19 October). The meeting will build on the discussions, deliverables and goals set at the first PRME Champions Meeting in New York which was hosted by Fordham University on 24 June.

The purpose of this second face-to-face meeting is to check the progress of the projects and clusters that emerged from the first meeting in New York. In particular, participants will engage in hand-on work and further re-confirm and agree on the set deliverables, timelines, methods and activities necessary for successfully carrying out the projects.

Following project-specific check-ins throughout the summer and a group webinar in September, the meeting in Limerick will provide the opportunity for:

  • Detailed discussion of the deliverables for each project/cluster with specific focus on expected outcome and impact for the PRME community and relevant stakeholders
  • Agreement on specific roles and responsibilities within the different sub-groups
  • Discussion and planning of timelines and activities for 2017
  • Constructive input from a handful of GRLI partners that have been invited to provide feedback on specific Champion initiatives
  • Interaction and networking with representatives of both PRME Champions and GRLI Partners

Registration for the 2nd PRME Champions Meeting is now open for PRME Champion representatives only, please register here. A more detailed agenda of the meeting will be available in early September. If you have any questions please contact Nikolay Ivanov at ivanov@unglobalcompact.org

 

GRLI All Momentum Gathering (AGM) Event, 17-19 October

The GRLI's 2016 AGM explores the theme “Common Good, Common Ground” using the idea of place as a unifying and dividing concept. Participants are invited to consider ideas of belonging – What does it mean to belong to a place? What does it mean to be excluded? In what sense can a place belong to a particular group of people? What does that tell us about public and private good? In the context of a global crisis of displacement, who owns the earth, and what it contains?

The purpose of the GRLI AGM is to facilitate an environment in which Partners, Associates and invited guests may:

  • Connect and reconnect with each other, the vision and mission of the GRLI and the activities which support and promote Globally Responsible Leadership
  • Influence, shape and learn from the contexts in which we operate and in which we develop and practice being globally responsible
  • Inform, update and engage in key activities and opportunities to catalyse Global Responsibility

PRME Champions are invited to take part in the AGM on 17-19 October which will also offer project-specific meetings for the sub-groups to further work on their projects. For more information on the programme and registration for the AGM as well as travel and accommodation options, please visit the GRLI AGM Event page here.

 

Accommodation

Castletroy Park Hotel

We have 60 rooms reserved (first come first served) at Castletroy Park Hotel. You can either book a room by email reservations@castletroypark.ie or over the phone: 00353-61-335566. The reference number is 191267. Please quote the reference number so as to ensure you receive the correct rates:

Single: €85 per night

Twin/Double: €95 per night

Rooms will be held until 1 month prior to arrival and any rooms at that point that have not been reserved will be released so please make sure you make a booking by mid-September.

Kilmurry Lodge Hotel

A very friendly three-star hotel, a little further from the conference venue than the Castletroy Park, but still only 5 min in a taxi, or a 25 minute walk. They have reserved 30 rooms from Saturday to Thursday, with an additional 20 for the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The University of Limerick Bed & Breakfast Rates are:

Single: €72.00 per night

Twin/Double: €89.00 per night

Delegates booking are asked to book by calling +35361 331133 or emailing info@kilmurrylodge.com and quoting the reference number 232025 and the name of the conference.

We are pleased to announce that the 16th PRME Chapter Brazil Meeting will be hosted on 22 November 2016. More information will be released soon. Please save the date.

16 Oct 2016
to 19 Oct 2016
Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, Ireland

Save the Date: PRME Business for Peace Forum, Dubai 2016

The PRME Business for Peace (B4P) Working Group invites you to its first Annual Forum on Tuesday October 25, 2016. The Event will be held at the American University of Sharjah (AUS) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to coordinate with the 3rd UNGC Business for Peace Annual Event that will be held the following day in Dubai, UAE. The UN-PRME B4P Annual Forum will bring together academics, practitioners, civil society, and international organizations and NGOs to discuss cutting edge academic research on business for peace and to highlight areas where further research must be pursued.

The focus of this year’s Annual Forum will be on peacebuilding and conflict-sensitive due diligence.

Research from different academic fields has explored the connections between business practices and peace for the last 15 years. The business and peace literature has already inspired several organizations to embrace the concept and produce policy documents that offer recommendations on what businesses could, and in some instances should, do to promote peace (UN Global Compact, US Institute for Peace, Institute for Economics and Peace, Business for Peace Foundation).

The traditional approach of corporate social responsibility (CSR) to peace issues is a ‘do no harm’ approach, mainly to mitigate the negative social or environmental impact of corporate activities. Scholars and policymakers have begun to challenge this understanding by arguing that companies can voluntarily contribute to social and legal development when state and international institutions fail to do so. There is an additional challenge in the B4P context: mitigating negative impacts on conflict is necessary but having a positive impact on the root causes of conflict through peacebuilding activities better addresses current needs. Determining whether corporate activities are actually enhancing peace is possible by analysing the concrete set of activities being done and implementing conflict-sensitive due diligence mechanisms.

The goal of the 2016 UN-PRME B4P Annual Forum held at AUS is to explore cutting-edge research on B4P while also highlighting for academics the research needs and expectations of the private sector, government, international organizations, and non-governmental organizations.

Schedule

 The one-day conference will be held on October 25, 2016. The program will run from 8:30am to 5pm. Each panel will feature representatives from business, civil society, and academia. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Registration and Coffee

  • Panel 1: Socio-economic reconstruction
  • Panel 2: Political framework

Coffee Break

  • Roundtable Discussion

Lunch

  • Panel 3: Reconciliation and justice
  • Panel 4: Security

Coffee Break

  • Panel 5: Conflict-Sensitive Due Diligence
  • Open Forum

Registration will be open end of August. For more information, please contact John E. Katsos, Assistant Professor of Business Ethics and Law at the AUS School of Business Administration, jkatsos@aus.edu

 

25 Oct 2016
American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

MAACBA Annual Conference

We wish to draw your attention to an upcoming event, the Annual Middle Atlantic Association of College of Business Administration (MAACBA) conference, taking place on Friday, October 28, 2016 from 10:00-11:15. It is being held at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.

The Head of PRME, Jonas Haertle, will make a brief presentation during this event.

28 Oct 2016
Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC

Save the Date – 4th PRME Chapter Meeting DACH and 3rd RME Research Conference

We are pleased to announce that the 4th PRME Chapter Meeting DACH and 3rd Responsible Management Education (RME) Research Conference (Germany, Austria & Switzerland) will be hosted on 9 - 10 November 2016 at the University of Applied Sciences Krems in Austria.

The meeting will build on the achievements and goals set at the 1st PRME Chapter Meeting DACH2nd PRME Chapter Meeting DACH, and 3rd PRME Chapter Meeting DACH hosted by MCI - Management Center Innsbruck, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur, and the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, respectively, to further embed sustainability and corporate responsibility within management-related education.

The key objective of the 4th PRME Chapter Meeting DACH is to introduce and reflect on the recently launched Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) brought about by the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in management education and to discuss initiatives, methods and pioneering activities for including SDG-related issues in strategies, curricula, and lectures.

In the course of the conference, there will be opportunity for:

  • Intensive discussion of good practice examples as well as innovative teaching and learning methods, meeting the complex requirements of sustainable development.
  • In-depth dialog with academia, business, and students about how to cope with future needs thereby uncovering the fundamental role of universities in shaping sustainable development.
  • Precise and detailed suggestions for the cooperation of universities on key issues of integrating SDGs at the institutional level, in teaching and research.
  • Interaction and personal networking with representatives of both PRME signatory and non-signatory business schools; universities committed to responsible management education; and business representatives responsible for the selection of new talent and of executive education.


For more details, please visit the conference webpage.  Further information will be made available early in 2016. At this point please contact the organizing committee at rme2016@fh-krems.ac.at with any questions.

Additionally, please consider the Call for Papers here. The deadline for submissions is 29 April 2016. 

 

The 3rd Responsible Management Education Research Conference will be held in Krems, Austria on 9-10 November 2016. There will be two sessions devoted to responsible management education and poverty alleviation. In addition, there will be two sessions on the Integration of the UN Global Compact into Business Practice and Management Education to Support the Advancement of the Sustainable Development Goals.The deadline for submissions will be 3 June 2016.

This year’s conference theme is Linking the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Management Education at Universities.

The two poverty-themed sessions, proposed by the PRME Working Group on Poverty, a Challenge for Management Education, are designed to include a wide range of topics and approaches. 

  • Research:  Advancing the Discussion on Sustainable Development Goals, Poverty Alleviation and the Role of Responsible Management Education 
    The session will explore how research on poverty alleviation as No. 1 Sustainable Development Goal can shape responsible management action and practice.  Conceptual, empirical and focused research papers that advance the understanding of the role, dynamics, and impact of corporations, entrepreneurs, social enterprises and/ or other organizations/institutions on the advancement of the SDGs and poverty reduction and provide guidance for responsible management education are welcome.  Works in progress and/or proposals for innovative research designs that lead to new insights or challenge established frameworks about responsible management and poverty are also suitable for this session.
  • Teaching: Creating Student Experiences that Integrate Sustainable Development Goals and Poverty Alleviation with Responsible Management
    This session will focus on student learning.  Papers that illustrate how to integrate SDGs and poverty alleviation topics and issues with responsible management through action learning activities, use of multi-/cross-disciplinary faculty teams, curricular/program/course change strategies, involvement of stakeholders as learning partners are welcome for this session.  Case studies illustrating creative classroom approaches to poverty alleviation, the sustainable development goals and responsible management, as well as further innovations in teaching, are also suitable for this session.

The two sessions jointly proposed by three PRME Working Groups (Anti-corruption, Anti-Poverty and Gender Equality) are designed to include a wide range of cross-cutting topics and approaches.

  • Integrating the UN Global Compact into Business Practice to Advance the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals
    This session is designed to provide a time and space for diverse participants (practitioners, policy makers, and educators) to discuss the managerial, practical and business issues relating to the topic. How can we promote the integration of the ten principles of the UNGC into business practice to support the advancement of the SDGs? To what extent are businesses able to go beyond the bottom line and practice responsible management with regard to the ten principles of the UN GC? How can managers of organizations comprehensively and pragmatically address the respective responsibilities and risks in their business and managerial policy and practice? What are the emerging intellectual, research and educational challenges relating to the integration of the UN GC into business practice that will help advance the SDGs? What insights and solutions can practitioners and scholars offer to current and future business leaders on how to practice their professions responsibly in the face of myriad challenges related to the global sustainability agenda and SDGs? 
  • Integrating the UN Global Compact into Management Education to Advance the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals
    This session welcomes contributions focused on the role that management education could/should play in helping business to go beyond the bottom line and integrate the UN GC into business practice that would support the advancement of the SDGs. The contributions are expected to address different aspects of responsible management education, as per the six principles of PRME (purpose, values, methods, research, partnerships, dialogue) and the role they could play in redefining success in both business practice and management education. What are the main challenges related to the creation and implementation of the new intellectual, research, educational and institutional agendas to support the integration of the UNGC and advancement of the SDGs? What are the lessons learned from good practices and inspirational solutions? What are the new opportunities that could be taken at the level of individuals and institutions within the PRME community, including partnerships with external stakeholders?

The sessions are designed for maximum interaction and discussion between participants and will provide presenters with valuable feedback for further improving their respective research, publishing and teaching opportunities and practices.

We hope that among the presenters we will have also contributors to the twin book projects, Beyond the Bottom Line: Integrating the UN Global Compact into Business Practice and Redefining Success: Integrating the UN Global Compact into Responsible Management Education, which will be published in Winter 2016 and Spring 2017, respectively.

Paper submission and conference registration

 For the SDG and Poverty Alleviation Track:

  • When submitting your contribution (paper, extended abstract and/or work in progress) through the official conference submission system, please indicate under the title of your submission that it is sent for the SDG and Poverty Alleviation Track.
  • In case of problems in meeting the submission deadline (3 June 2016), please write an email to the track co-chairs: Milenko Gudić at: milenko.gudic@gmail.com and/or Al Rosenbloom at: right2al@comcast.net and/or Carole Parkes at: Carole.Parkes@winchester.ac.uk

For the Integration of the UN Global Compact into Business Practice (Management Education) to Advance the Implementation of the SDGs Track:

  • If you are interested to attend this conference, please develop a proposal (paper, extended abstract and/or work in progress) and submit it by 3 June 2016 through the official conference submission system. In your submission, please indicate in the subtitle of your submission that you hope to present in one of the two sessions on the Integration of the UN Global Compact into Business Practice (Management Education) to Advance the Implementation of the SDGs. Your submission could be also be related to the respective chapters that you have been working on for the joint books.
  • In case of problems in meeting the submission deadline (3 June), please write an email to the track co-chairs: Tay Keong Tan at ttan2@radford.edu, Milenko Gudić at milenko.gudic@gmail.com, or consult with Pat Flynn at pflynn@bentley.edu
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09 Nov 2016
to 10 Nov 2016
Krems, Austria

Sustainability Youth Leadership Camp

“Sustainability Youth Leadership Camp”, Hong Kong (Nov. 12 – 13, 2016) – A Regional Initiative by the Centre for Corporate Sustainability and Innovations (CCSI) of the Hang Seng Management College (UNPRME Signatory Institution since 2014) and Youth Square in Hong Kong on Sustainable Development.

The initiative is supported by United Nations, Office for South-South Corporation (UNOSSC). Activities include video production, Youth Entrepreneurship, and South-South based cultural exchanges. Through a commitment to PRME, students are invited to submit a 200-word summary on Sustainable Development Mindset and Entrepreneurial Spirit for Innovations on/ before Sept. 30, 2016 for joining a Regional Project, e.g. video production, on sustainable development supported by United Nations, Office for South South Corporation (UNOSSC).

How to Join: Please submit a 200-word summary on Sustainable Development Mindset and Entrepreneurial Spirit for Innovations to ccsi@hsmc.edu.hk.

Project Arrangements:

  • Selected participants of submitting business plans will introduce their ideas of South-South cooperation and initiatives and implementation of partnership building exercises in Sustainability Youth Leadership Camp, HK (Nov 12/13). Furthermore, ONE selected student (participant) of participating institution will have an opportunity to join Youth Expo, Dubai organized by United Nations (UNOSSC), Oct. 31- Nov. 3, 2016. (Details to be announced) 
  • Selected initiatives of participants (with accommodation sponsored) will be invited to present and/or launch their ideas during Sustainability Youth Leadership Camp, HK. Several presentation and discussion will be conducted on thematic basis. 
  • Selected collaborative initiatives will be followed up by partnered organizations of this project and progress updated on related websites.

 For further information, pls contact Dr Shirley Yeung, Project Co-ordinator/ Director, CCSI at: shirleyyeung@hsmc.edu.hk/ Tel. 3963-5140

12 Nov 2016
to 13 Nov 2016
Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong

Save the date: 16th PRME Chapter Brazil Meeting

We are pleased to announce that the 16th PRME Chapter Brazil Meeting will be hosted on 22 November 2016. More information will be released soon. Please save the date.

22 Nov 2016
ESPM, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2017 EFMD Conference for Deans & Directors General

We are pleased to announce the 2017 EFMD Conference for Deans & Directors General will be held on 2-3 February 2017 at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. 

More information to come. 

We are pleased to announce the 2nd PRME Regional Meeting North America will be held on 4-6 February 2016 Coles College of Business, Kennesaw State University in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Please click herefor a copy of the working agenda.

02 Feb 2017
to 03 Feb 2017
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

IILM Fourth International Conference “Responsible Management Education, Training and Practice”

The IILM Fourth International Conference “Responsible Management Education, Training and Practice” will be organized on 8 -10 February 2017 at IILM Lodhi Road campus, New Delhi.

For more information, please contact: 
Rakesh Chaudhry, Senior Director, IILM, rakesh.chaudhry@iilm.edu.

08 Feb 2017
to 10 Feb 2017
IILM Lodhi Road campus, New Delhi.

Save the Date: 2017 International Conference and Annual Meeting (AACSB)

We are pleased to announce that the 2017 International Conference and Annual Meeting of AACSB - "Accelerating Transformation" will be hosted on 23-25 April 2017 in Houston, Texas, USA. More information will be released soon. Please save the date.

23 Apr 2017
to 25 Apr 2017
Houston, TX, USA

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