About PRME

About PRME – Developing responsible future leaders for sustainable and inclusive growth

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Launched in 2007, PRME is an UN initiative and a global call to change the curriculum, research and learning methods of management education, through incorporating and advancing the values of social responsibility. As the first organized relationship between the UN and management-related academic institutions, business schools, and universities, the PRME initiatives seek to establish a process of continuous improvement among institutions of management education. The mission is to develop students’ knowledge, skills and values to encourage them to become responsible future leaders and managers strongly committed to sustainability.

Since its official launch in 2007, PRME has grown to involve 650 leading academic institutions from over 85 countries across the world, which includes more than a third of the Financial Times’ top 100 business schools. The Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin is also a signatory to PRME.

PRME Framework

The Six Principles of PRME (Purpose, Values, Method, Research, Partnerships and Dialogue) and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals provide a common framework to advance corporate social responsibility through business education, research and engagement.

UN Sustainable development goals

Sustainable development goals

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