Adelaide Business School joins the United Nations’ Community as an Advanced PRME Member

Adelaide Business School has now officially become an Advanced Signatory to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) — a United Nations’ (UN) initiative promoting environmental stewardship, human rights and fair trade practices in business education.

Dean of Business, Professor Mark Gabbott acknowledged his appreciation the School has joined the UN’s efforts to transform business education globally. “As an institution of higher education involved in the development of current and future managers we are excited to be part of this important initiative. Positively contributing to society and helping build thriving communities is an important aspect of our School’s ethos, and PRME membership will help grow our brand and reputation as a global school contributing to a more inclusive global market.”

Dean Gabbott, further noted that “as we continue to grow and succeed, integrating the six PRME principles into our curriculum, research and thought leadership will also enhance the quality of our students’ educational experience, which is important to us.”

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