Invitation to take part in PRME Global Chapter Forum: Tuesday 5th October, 12 - 3pm
PRME UK and Ireland Colleagues
This PRME Global event is an opportunity for all of us who are active in building the PRME movement to tune into the work of our equivalents across the world. It will also be a time to hear more about PRME Global’s Strategic Action Co-ordination Process, which seeks to better align global and regional priorities and we hope you can attend all or part of it if you can.
SECOND ANNUAL PRME GLOBAL CHAPTER FORUM (GCF)
Tuesday 5 October 12.00- 15.00 BST The PRME Global Chapter Forum is an annual event, hosted by the PRME Regional Chapters and the PRME Global Secretariat, where PRME Chapters and their members can connect in a cross-regional, cross-thematic space to discuss the work they have been doing within and across their networks on research, curriculum, partnerships and more. This year will focus on engagement opportunities for Chapters, including the PRME Strategic Action Coordination Process (SAC) and the (i5) LEGO Project. It will also feature a panel on Chapter growth and governance. The GCF will be held on Zoom and is open to all signatories within all regional Chapters.
I look forward to joining many of you in discussion online on the 5th October.
Dr Jonathan Louw
Chair, PRME Chapter UK and Ireland
PRME IoI and Scotland Local Networks Virtual SIP Writing Retreat - an event open to all
Writing a PRME SIP (Sharing Information on Progress) report - whether it is for the first or the fifth time - can be a daunting task. It is not, however, one you must undertake alone. Representatives from the PRME Island of Ireland (IoI) and Scotland Local Networks invite you to join us on Friday 15 October 2021 at 1pm BST via Zoom for a virtual SIP writing retreat.
This informal, collaborative event will provide an opportunity to advance your next SIP, as well as raise questions and concerns with experienced SIP writers, including Alec Wersun (Glasgow School for Business and Society), Laura Steele (Queen's Management School), and Sheila Killian (Kemmy Business School).
This event is open to all members of the UK and Ireland Chapter. Colleagues from PRME signatories outside the UK and Ireland are also warmly invited to participate.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the PRME Island of Ireland Local Network Coordinator, Laura Steele (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We look forward to seeing you on 15th October.
PRME IoI and Scotland Local Networks