Final Reminder: PRME UK and Ireland 2021 Conference bookings close on Friday 2 July


Dear PRME Colleagues


Each year the PRME Chapter UK and Ireland holds an annual conference. This year the conference is entirely online, hosted by the University of Lincoln on 6 and 7 July 2021.

You and you colleagues may well have booked already, but if not we just wanted to remind you that the deadline for delegate bookings is end of play tomorrow, Friday 2 July.


This year's conference theme is: Crises and the Re-thinking of Responsibility. The University of Lincoln have a varied and thought-provoking programme of keynote speakers, workshops and papers lined up for us.


Keynote speakers include

  • Kerry Facer, Professor of Educational and Social Futures, University of Bristol and Zennström Professor of Climate Change Leadership at Uppsala University

  • Mary Johstone- Louis of Said Business School, and B Lab UK

  • Ray Dhirani, Head of Sustainable Finance, WWF-UK

You will also find the conference a useful reminder of the many ways you could engage with PRME both within the UK and Ireland and also through the global working groups on poverty, climate change, gender etc. And, of course, it will as always be a great way to reconnect with the rest of the PRME community in our region.

More details about the conference are below and can be found via this link.

We look forward to seeing many of you next week!



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