UN PRME

Our Reports on Progress highlight UQ Business School’s commitment to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (UN PRME). They show a significant alignment between UN PRME and UQ Business School. The Business School is now committing to 8 goals by 2030, and 15 actions for impact by 2023.

This report shows there is already significant alignment between UN PRME and UQ Business School. We acknowledge, however, there is always more we can do. As responsible management education is a high priority for the School, we look forward to enhancing our endeavours and delivering even greater sustainability outcomes for students, staff, and the wider society.

Read the full report (PDF, 6.9 MB)           Read the Carbon footprint report

Sustainable development goalsUQ Business School is a proud supporter and Advanced Signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (UN PRME). PRME is an initiative of the United Nations Global Compact founded in 2007 as a platform to encourage and increase awareness and integration of sustainability in business schools around the world.

Today, PRME is the largest coordinated effort between the world’s business schools and the United Nations. UQ Business School became a PRME signatory in 2015. As a school, we understand the privilege and responsibility of providing quality education that gives learners the knowledge and tools they need to succeed, change lives and transform societies.

"The PRME initiative was launched to nurture responsible leaders of the future. Never has this task been more important. Bold leadership and innovative thinking are needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals."
Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary-General

 

Contact

 

Dr Cle-Anne Gabriel

 

Dr Cle-Anne GabrielPRME

UN PRME Director
c.gabriel@business.uq.edu.au
Ph: + 61 7 3346 8148