We are delighted to share with you news from Milenko Gudic and our friends at the RMER network.
RMER – Responsible Management Education Research
Theme: Engagement for Agenda 2030
30 September – 3 October 2019
Hosted by Jönköping International Business School, in cooperation with JU Sustainability & Diversity Network
The 6th RMER Conference hosted by Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) is a forum intended to engage multiple stakeholders in a dialogue around Agenda 2030 and enhance further collaborations in education, research and business practices to advance the SDGs.
The conference will address the following questions:
- Who are the stakeholders and how to embrace their diversity?
- What types of leverages do they have?
- How can collaborations be encouraged?
- What are the inspiring stories?
- How to educate towards multi-stakeholder collaboration?
- How to help our students engage with other disciplines, other individuals and organizations towards achieving Agenda 2030 and beyond?
An exciting program will include diverse formats such as prominent keynote speakers from academia (Prof. Rob Van Tulder, Rotterdam School of Management – Erasmus University), and private, public and not-for-profit sectors and youths, thematic panels and roundtables, parallel sessions on multi-stakeholder engagement for Agenda 2030, student posters, field visits, and other forms of interactive exchange.
Submissions can be considered for the Journal of Business Ethics Incoming Special Issue on Multistakeholder Engagement. Please notify your interest on the cover page. JBE Special Issue deadline March 2020). The special issue has been accepted and should be soon advertised on the Journal’s website.
The conference will be held in conjunction with the 7th PRME Chapter DACH Annual Meeting, PRME Nordic Chapter Meeting and Jönköping University Agenda 2030 Day, to which conference participants are invited to contribute.
For further information follow the conference link: