Please see the PRME UK and Ireland website to find our more about the chapter.
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PRME UK and Ireland Chapter Competitions
The Chapter holds three annual funding competitions:
- Student Writing Competition, aimed at engaging students
- Faculty Research Seed Funding Competition, to stimulate collaborative scholarly activity
- Faculty Innovative Pedagogy Competition, to integrate the 6 Principles and the SDGs in to the curriculum
Find out about our previous competition winners on the PRME UK and Ireland site here.
PRME UK and Ireland Chapter Events
Access our Events Calendar to find out about more about upcoming events. The UK and Ireland Chapter organises local in-person events through our 7 Local Networks as well as chapter-wide webinars and in-person events.
The PRME UK and Ireland Chapter has hosted an Annual Conference and AGM at one of our member institutions since 2014. Since 2021, the Chapter has also offered a Doctoral Colloquium during our Annual Conference, providing doctoral students an opportunity to meet, receive peer and expert panel feedback on their work and make early connections within the wider sustainability and responsibility academic community.
For the Chapter's 10th Anniversary in 2023, our Local Networks have been hosting events on the theme of SDG 2: Zero Hunger. Read about our anniversary events on our Tenth Anniversary Blog. Please get in contact with you Local Network lead to find out more about the events coming up in your area.
The Chapter's next Annual Conference will be held in 2024 at Exeter University.
Impactful 5 Programme
The PRME ‘Impactful Five’ (i5) Program is an ambitious project to nurture responsible leaders by integrating collaborative, meaningful and playful learning among global leadership educators.
The PRME i5 European Expert Pedagogy Group are delighted to announce they will be hosting the i5 Literacy Certification Scheme webinar series. Please contact the UK and Ireland European i5 ExPeg Representative, a nd Chapter Vice-Chair, Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas to find out more on how to engage with the i5 programme.
Resources available to members: