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PRME UK and Ireland Conference and Doctoral Colloquium - June 2023 - call for proposals


PRME NEWS UPDATE – 23 February 2023

Dear Colleagues in PRME,

We are delighted to bring you the Calls for Proposals for

· Our third Doctoral Colloquium - 26 June 2023, Aston University, Birmingham: CALL FOR PROPOSALS

· Our Tenth Anniversary Conference - 27+28 June 2023, Aston University, Birmingham: CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Please spread these calls for contributions far and wide.

Doctoral Colloquium

We look forward to welcoming doctoral students to an event in which we provide peer and experienced scholar review to students at different stages of their doctoral journeys. Students should be working in areas related to responsible business and management and/or the Sustainable Development Goals.

Please pass this call to students and supervisors on your doctoral programmes.

Deadline for abstracts: 25 April 2023, with confirmation of acceptance by 2 May 2023

Tenth Anniversary Conference


UK and Ireland PRME Chapter 10 years on: Reflecting, refreshing and re-envisioning

Our 10th Anniversary Conference aims to provide multiple opportunities for critical reflection on the impact that the Chapter, and UN PRME more widely, have had in promoting and embedding responsible management education over the past decade. Beyond a reflection on the past and present, the conference also seeks to encourage contributions on how to refresh and re-envision the work of PRME and RME more widely for the decade ahead. The PRME community in Ireland and the UK is marked by innovation in pedagogy and classroom practice, and the conference seeks to highlight this. But the PRME community now stretches well beyond those focused mainly on teaching and learning, and this conference also seeks to provide a platform to celebrate and engage with the many wider research programmes and traditions now recognised as intersecting with the PRME agenda. Likewise, innovative cross-sector and interdisciplinary partnerships broadly focused on the SDG agenda are also now thriving within the greater PRME community, and the conference organisers would welcome academics and practitioners willing to share their partnership journeys with a wider audience.

Our more detailed Call for Proposals expands on these questions and outlines the four proposed conference tracks: (1) Responsible Management Education (2) Sustainable for-profit and non-profit organisations (3) Environmental challenges (4) Emerging sustainability challenges for business schools.


Deadline for proposals: 25 April 2023, with confirmation of acceptance by 2 May 2023

Our colloquia and conferences are justifiably well-known for their friendly, open, supportive environments that nurture our community of responsible management scholars. So we very much look forward to your participation in these events. Delegate costs will be kept at a modest level, with all student delegates attending free of charge, to help enable maximum participation. Full conference details including delegate costs, accommodations options etc will be published during March.

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in June.

Nathalie, Rachel and Jonathan

Nathalie Ormrod, Conference Organiser, Aston University

Rachel Welton, Chair of the Doctoral Colloquium

Jonathan Louw, Chair, PRME Chapter UK + Ireland


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aqurashi01
May 04, 2023

we can attend the conference Online?

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