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SKEMA Business School
Description/achievement of initiative

-Report on its actions, their results, the progress and the best practices we built on the SIP/COP-Implement its human resource management policy for equality and diversity for staff (gender, age, disability, ethnic origin) and for students (disability, ethnic origin, limited financial resources, ) and demonstrate that diversity is a real organizational performance in a globalization world.

Implementation methodologies

-Reinforce its campuses sustainable development policy to highlight the exemplary role we have to play in driving forward our students and staff as well as business, local partners and suppliers and therefore provide leadership on education for sustainable development-Keep on working with its local, regional, national and international partners (Universities, Business Schools, and Research Centers, Firms, Collectivities, Associations and internal committees which represent staff, and students.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure


SKEMA Business School
Progress reports
Goal 4
SIP/COP (Sharing information on Progress) (PRME, UNGC)
Staff / Technical expertise
Expertise of students and staff concerning sustainable development

Basic information
Time-frame: 2012 - 2015
SKEMA Business School
Contact information
Guilhon Alice, Dean, alice.guilhon@skema.edu
United Nations