SSE recognised for PRME report at UN Headquarters in New York
Stockholm School of Economics received a recognition for excellence in Sharing Information on Progress (SIP) reporting. This was announced during a high-level gathering of United Nations officials, academic deans, business executives, faculty, students, and other stakeholders.
Held on the first evening of the 2017 Global Forum for Responsible Management Education — 10 Years of PRME, the special reception honored nine schools for their high-quality SIP Reports.
First Time Reporters
Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
College of Business and Economics (COBE) - Boise State University, USA
BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
Non-First Time Reporters
Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Jonkoping International Business School, Sweden
Reykjavik University Business School, Iceland
Reporting on the SDGs
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Kemmy Business School, University of Limmerick, Ireland
In order to qualify, reports must have been submitted between March 1, 2015 and April 20th 2017. The Recognition is only open to Advanced Signatories who submitted their report on time. Over 475 reports were submitted during the eligible period. Of these 117 were deemed eligible. After further analysis by the Secretariat, 35 were selected for peer review.
The peer reviewers - members of the PRME Advisory Committee - further analysed the reports and provided their recommendations. The Secretariat took these into consideration and selected 3 schools in each category to receive the Recognitions. The schools represent a range of different approaches.
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