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News - 21 May 2009

The First Successful PRME Conference in the Context of Responsible Management Education in Asia

Kyung Hee University School of Management, within the context of the 1st World Civic Forum and in partnership with other signatory institutions of PRME in Aisa, has successfully organized a special session on PRME the 7th May in Seoul, Korea. It is the first PRME conference in the context of responsible management education in Asia. Co-organizers of this event are UN PRME, UNGC, and UNGC Korea Network. Financial support was made for this event from LG Corporation. This special session has been arranged in responding to a call for PRME initiatives in the year of 2009 which was proposed at the 1st Global Forum for Responsible Management Education in New York, December 2008. The primary purpose of this event is to share and join the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education among Asian business schools. In particular, it has been designed to facilitate dialogue among various participants from universities, business establishments, NGOs, and government officials to consider, develop, and refine Asian business schools’ planning for and implementation of sustainability and related strategic challenges in management education.

21 May 2009

PRME Becomes Deeply Rooted in the Asia Reality Through the Seoul Action Plan

Participants of the Special Session on "PRME: Asian Perspective” at the World Civic Forum 2009, call upon Kyung Hee University School of Management, in collaboration with UN PRME, UNGC Korea Network, and other Asian PRME member universities to pursue the vision of Principles for Responsible Management Education by establishing appropriation institutional and operational capacities to advocate and promote this Action Plan;

21 May 2009

Impactus Interview with Head PRME Secretariat

The latest issue of Impactus features an interview with Dr. Manuel Escudero, Head, PRME Secretariat. Read more about the PRME, its purpose, growth and future in the full article below.

21 May 2009

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