10th Responsible Management Education Research Conference


Sustainable and Responsible Management:

A decade of Integrating Knowledge and Creating Societal Impact through Innovation and Entrepreneurship


The 10th RMER Conference hosted by Iscte Business School is a forum intended to engage multiple stakeholders in a dialogue around Agenda 2030 and beyond and enhance further collaborations in responsible management education and research, and sustainable business practices to advance the SDGs.


This year marks the 10thJubilee anniversary of RMER Conferences.  Across a decade of achievement, RMER Conferences have explored the complexities and global challenges involved in the transition to more sustainable production and consumption patterns. Different agents, including companies, nonprofits, governmental entities, organizations, consumers, and society at large, need to work together to effectively advance the 2030 Agenda and beyond. Through multidimensional and multidisciplinary dialogue and knowledge sharing among management educators in conversation with other stakeholders have advanced responsible management education and learning. As the challenge remains, further dialogue on how economic restructuring and social transformation on the journey to a more sustainable world is still needed.


The main goal of the global 10th RMER Conference is to bring together the responsible management education community and its stakeholders to drive societal impact through innovative and entrepreneurial ways that are grounded in the six PRME principles of purpose, values, method, research, dialogue and partnerships.


This continues the RMER tradition of holding inspirational, multidisciplinary and multicultural events that contribute to mutual sharing and learning among management educators and other stakeholders – all in service of creating positive societal impact through innovation and entrepreneurship.


Questions of special interest to be addressed include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • What have we accomplished in the last decade of responsible management education? Where should we be heading?
  • What are the implications of developing entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial capabilities for sustainable businesses, economic restructuring and societal transformation?
  • How can management education and learning in social, economic and environmental responsibility transform and innovate organizations?
  • How can we integrate knowledge and create impact through innovation and entrepreneurship?
  • What strategies can be used for advancing responsible management education, research and learning?
  • How can innovation and responsible entrepreneurship, including social entrepreneurship, be encouraged?
  • How to help management educators and students cross disciplinary boundaries and engage with non-managerial disciplines to effectively deal with complex issues and challenges?
  • How to foster dialogue and partnership with other individuals, groups, organizations and other stakeholders towards creating positive societal impact?
  • How do business schools need to adapt educational approaches to tackle sustainability related business challenges?


We cordially invite you to participate in the debate about how diverse stakeholders can successfully engage, collaborate and partner towards achieving a more responsible management education for a better world.

Conference Dates:

26 September         PRME-Related Meetings and Workshops and Conference Opening

27 September         Conference and Social Dinner

28 September         Conference and Closing Ceremony


Conference Venue:       

Iscte Business School, Iscte - University Institute of Lisbon

Lisbon, Portugal



26th September

17.30 - 18.30

Plenary Session: "A Decade of Integrating Knowledge and Creating Societal Impact through Innovation and Entrepreneurship"

Keynote: A decade of RMER conference

Milenko Gudić 
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Milenko Gudić is the Founding Director, REFOMENT Consulting & Coaching, Belgrade, Serbia. PRME Anti-poverty Working Group Co-chair. Founding and Managing Director (2000-2014) IMTA - International Management Teachers Academy. He was visiting lecturer in Technology and Innovation at the Faculty of Economics University of Montenegro and in Entrepreneurial Management at the UDG, Montenegro. Through the Economics Institute – Belgrade and as a consultant to international organizations (OECD, UNDP, UNIDO, ICPE, CEEMAN) he led a number of large-scale international research, educational, consulting and institution-building projects, Frequent guest speaker at business schools and conferences worldwide. He was Program Chair of EURAM 2008 (Ljubljana and Beld, Slovenia), CEEMAN Executive Education Forum on Executive Education and Entrepreneurship Development (Trieste, 2009), Program Director of the PRME Global Summit 2013 (Bled), and Program Co-chair of nine Responsible Management Education Research Conferences (2014-2022). Conducted global surveys, published articles and co-edited books on poverty, sustainability and the SDGs in business and management practice, and in management education Received UN PRME Pioneer Award for Thought Leadership in Translating PRME into Practice (2017). He also served as a member of the PRME Advisory Committee; Strategic Advisory Board to the Dean of School of Business, American University in Cairo, Advisory Board of the IBS-RANEPA, Moscow; Editorial Board PRME Book Series, Taylor & Francis Routledge; National Advisory Board, Australian Applied Management Colloquium. During the 1980s he was Yugoslav National Coordinator for the collaboration with OECD in the area of Rural Public Management. He attended several faculty development programs, including at Harvard Business School and IESE-Barcelona.

27th September

9.00 - 10.30

Plenary Session: "Digital and Climate Transitions: The Role of AI and Climate Literacy in Management Education"

Keynote: The Role of AI in Management Education

Heinz Herrmann
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Dr. Heinz Herrmann is a Senior Lecturer at Torrens University Australia, a Research Fellow at its Centre for Organisational Change and Agility (COCA), and Adjunct Professor at the Australian Graduate School of Leadership (AGSL). Heinz is a member of scientific and editorial boards, and has a research focus on business, competitive bidding, artificial intelligence, business ethics and mixed methods research. In industry, he is a CEO with more than 25 years standing in Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT), including commercial and not-for-profit board director roles.

Keynote: The Role of Climate Literacy in Management Education

Petra Molthan-Hill

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Professor Petra Molthan-Hill, PhD is Co-Chair of the UN PRME Working Group on Climate Change, Professor at NTU (UK), Author of the 'Handbook of Carbon Management. A Step-by-Step Guide to High-Impact Climate Solutions for Every Manager in Every Function' and Editor of 'Sustainable Management. A Complete Guide for Faculty and Students' (3rd edition). She is an international multi-award-winning expert for Climate Change Mitigation Tools, leads the ‘Climate Literacy Training -CLT-ECOS' distributed worldwide with QS Impact and UN PRME and has worked with SMEs and many other organizations such as the NHS on how to reduce GHG emissions. From 2013–2021, she led the Green Academy at NTU integrating with her team the SDGs into the curriculum of every discipline across all faculties.

28th September

9.00 - 10.30

Plenary Session: "World-of-practice and Academia: Together for a Responsible Management Education"

Keynote: Business schools and societal trends

Eric Cornuel
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Prof. Eric Cornuel is the President of EFMD Global. He holds a degree in Sciences Po from IEP Paris, an MBA from HEC Graduate School of Management in Paris, and a DEA in strategy and management from Paris Nanterre University, together with a Doctoral Certificate in Strategy from HEC Paris and a PhD in management, written on international network organisations, from Paris Dauphine University. Prof. Cornuel started his career as an entrepreneur by setting up a hydroelectric power plant in France while he was still a student. He was also the Coordinator of the HEC Institute for Central and Eastern Europe. From 1997 to 1999, he served as Dean of KIMEP, at the time the leading business and economics school in Central Asia, where he was awarded an honorary professorship. He has taught for over 20 years at various management schools in Europe and Asia, holding the positions of Affiliate Professor at HEC Paris and Professor at the Catholic University of Louvain. Prof. Cornuel received several awards, including, in 2018, the Magnolia Award from the city of Shanghai and the French National Order of the "Légion d'honneur." He also received awards from PRME and CEIBS, as well as the John Fernandes prize for entrepreneurship in management education and the Koźmiński University personality of the year award.

Roundtable: World-of-practice and academia

Organized by PRME Chapter Iberia


Call for Contributions 10th RMER 2023 - new deadline (closed)

Please fill in the conference contribution submission form.

NEW DEADLINE: May 8th (closed)

TRACK 01. Action and Impact-Oriented Research and Innovative Learning Strategies to Enhance Poverty Alleviation through Entrepreneurship and Innovation that Advance Sustainable and Responsible Management

This track aims to encourage empirical research, conceptual papers, cases, pedagogical examples and other forms of scholarship that triangulate/emphasize entrepreneurship and/or innovation for poverty alleviation. Note that there are two sub-tracks: (1) Impact-oriented research or (2) teaching and learning strategies.  Paper contributions should indicate the most appropriate sub-track.

Full description - Track 01

TRACK 02. Circular Economy to Create Societal Impact – Innovative Teaching Methods and Approaches in Management Education   

This track discusses about the role of circular economy in business administration and management programs curricula as well as the best ways for integrating them across study programs.

Full description - Track 02

TRACK 03. Collective Action for Transformative Movements: Projects, Ecosystems, Civil Society, and Public Policies

This topic aims for multidisciplinary studies that study, describe, or analyze any level of collective action for transformative movements. Papers should approach social change or innovation through collective action. This topic inquiries how collective action promotes transformative actions that can arise from communities, projects, social movements, organizations, and governments.

Full description - Track 03

TRACK 04. Emotional Intelligence for Sustainable Development in Management Education

The aim of this track is to explore how emotional intelligence can be integrated into courses, modules and programs of business schools to prepare current and future leaders to contribute to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The track intends to discuss past and current practices as well as stories of success and failure, in order to further integration of emotional intelligence for sustainable development in business schools.

Full description - Track 04

TRACK 05. Futures Thinking & Entrepreneurial Education – Supercharging education for sustainable development

This track aims to push the entrepreneurship curriculum's barriers and advance the entrepreneurial education field by embracing and fostering futures skills and literacy. Additionally, this track will provide attendees with state-of-the-art insights into best practice examples on how to rethink current curricula and pedagogical methods.

Full description - Track 05

TRACK 06. Interdisciplinary Simulations and Role-play for Responsible Management

This track aims to highlight the value of taking an interdisciplinary approach to climate education with a special focus on role-play and simulations.

Full description - Track 06

TRACK 07. Micro-Credentials for Responsible and Sustainable Management Education – The Next Frontier for the Generating Societal Impact 

This track aims to gather scholars and experiences concerning the development and implementation of micro-credentials for sustainable management education.

This track aims to explore and discuss the state of the art of research concerning micro-credentials for sustainable management education across institutional settings.

Full description - Track 07

TRACK 08. Micro-Foundation of Flourishing of Sustainable and Responsible Management 

This track aims to explore what micro-foundation factors impact entrepreneurs on either taking a proactive and prosocial role in sustainability transitions or, on the contrary, resisting social change. This track aims also to attract contributions to share insights on the flourishing of sustainability and the flourishing of business from various disciplinary backgrounds.

Full description - Track 08

TRACK 09. Borderless Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship 

The track aims to address the lack of data and knowledge about the representation of diversities and the implementation of inclusion programs within innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystems. The notion of a border as a boundary or barrier can extend beyond geographical contexts and include socio-cultural separations, linked to economic-demographic indicators. Women, African and Afrodescendent are underrepresented within social innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystems, at various levels: founders, investors and ecosystem’s enablers teams. The digital shift and the pervasive presence of platforms in the startup life cycle and venture pipeline support processes that drive business transformation and social innovation.

The track aims to address the main challenges and solutions identified by research and projects addressing the empowerment of social innovation and entrepreneurship across and beyond borders.

Full description - track 09

TRACK 10. Positive Impact of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Rural Areas

This track highlights studies, best practice, requirements, or examples on entrepreneurship in rural areas to impact these regions positively. According to the UN Sustainable Development Goals the track demonstrates that a responsible entrepreneurship by providing innovative solutions will contribute to economic prosperity, social justice, or environmental protection.

Full description - Track 10

TRACK 11. Putting Impact Front and Centre: Creative i5 Pedagogies for Responsible Leadership

This track, convened by members of the PRME i5 Expert Pedagogy Group, showcases innovative examples of PRME i5 (Impactful 5) pedagogies applied in practice, ones that successfully engage with sustainability and responsible management by surfacing students' personal values, connecting with real world problems and that culminate in authentic assessments. Furthermore, we seek novel, creative and engaging approaches to presenting.

Full description - Track 11

TRACK 12. Social Entrepreneurship: Opportunities, Challenges and Implications

The track aims to address the implications, challenges and opportunities of social entrepreneurship for responsible management especially in a business context. Despite the recognised importance of the role of social entre- and intrapreneurship for transformation for sustainable development, only few scholars have investigated key questions regarding how and why social entrepreneurship happens and what the specific capabilities of social entrepreneurs are.

Full description - Track 12

TRACK 13. Societal Impact of Sustainable Consumption in a Hyperconnected World

This track aims to stimulate knowledge sharing between scholars and practitioners of different fields, for a better understanding on the educational, economic and socio-cultural challenges ahead. It presents an opportunity to increase research impact, by providing expert feedback, connecting theory with practice, and fertilizing interdisciplinary collaboration for moving forward on SDGs achievement.

Full description - Track 13

TRACK 14. Towards New Approaches Regarding the Relationship Between Business Education and the Corporate World in the Iberian Context and Beyond

This track aims to provide a meeting point for discussion on the challenges, opportunities, difficulties, strategies, and best practices of business education for fulfilling the changing demands of the corporate world in the Iberian context and beyond.

Full description - Track 14

TRACK 15. General Track

This track aims to receive submissions in various areas that directly or indirectly relate to the main conference theme or different issues, challenges, opportunities and solutions that are connected with the advancement of the SDGs, sustainable development, societal impact and the role of entrepreneurship and innovation, as well as with the new approaches to and practices of responsible leadership education that are needed for the changemakers of tomorrow.

Conceptual or empirical research papers, along with works in progress and/or proposals for innovative research designs that lead to new insights or challenge established frameworks about the issues involved are highly welcome for this track, as well as case studies illustrating creative solutions and innovative practices in business, management education, policy-making and/or the respective partnerships among different stakeholders.

Depending on the paper submission concentration, the accepted papers for the General Track might be grouped into different thematically focused sub-tracks.

PROGRAM (updated regularly)

Conference dates

26 September         PRME-Related Meetings and Workshops and Conference Opening

27 September         Conference and Social Dinner

28 September         Conference and Closing Ceremony


The detailed program can be found here (please consider that some minor adjustments can be made)

Please check:


26th of September

PRME-Related Meetings and Workshops  - register here


Time Room Session


PRME Champions Meeting (closed meeting - by invitation only)


PRME Impactful Five (i5) Workshop (pre-registration) *

Tim Breitbarth, Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Toloue Miandar, Samuel Petros, Maria Pietrzak, and Marina Schmitz

11.00-12.30 B202 PRME Champions Meeting (closed meeting - by invitation only)


PRME Impactful Five (i5) Workshop (pre-registration) *

Tim Breitbarth, Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Toloue Miandar, Samuel Petros, Maria Pietrzak, and Marina Schmitz

B203 DACH Chapter meeting (closed session  - by invitation only)

*  PRME Impactful Five (i5) Workshop

Tim Breitbarth, Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Toloue Miandar, Samuel Petros, Maria Pietrzak, and Marina Schmitz

Discover the PRME 'Impactful Five' (i5) Program—an ambitious project fostering responsible leaders through collaborative, meaningful, and playful learning strategies. Developed by the LEGO Foundation, the i5 Program distils 5 essential qualities for creating profound learning experiences: joy, social interaction, engagement, meaningful experiences, and iteration. Through a partnership with Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Sulitest, PRME translated the Lego Foundation’s research into pedagogical practices for the business school setting. These findings are shared in the PRME i5 Playbook, which showcases concrete methods for applying i5 pedagogies in the classroom.

In this workshop, you will take a deep dive into the PRME i5 Playbook with members of i5 Team Europe – experts who pioneered the i5 Playbook's development. The workshop will share the extensive pedagogical research behind the program, inspiring examples of how i5 is implemented globally and tap into the diverse experiences of participants.

Participation in this workshop grants access to forthcoming mentoring and development opportunities within the i5 Literacy Certification Scheme —an advanced series culminating in a certification, validating your expertise in employing i5 methodologies.


Time Room Session
14.00-15.30 B202

Cross-Regional Chapter/ Cross-Working Group Session **

Margaret Goralski, Liz Collier, Milenko Gudic and Al Rosenbloom

C202 i5 Europe meeting (closed session - by invitation only)


Wicked Festival – Panel on Solving Wicked Problems: Autonomous Weapons, Zoonotic Epidemics; and Cryptocurrency Bubbles ***

Tay Keong Tan, Paul Hanstedt, Rachel Sharrett, and Maja Anderson

15.45-17.15 B201

Wicked Festival - Workshop on Creating Wicked Students: Pedagogy, Practice, & Lessons Learned ***

Tay Keong Tan, Paul Hanstedt, Rachel Sharrett, and Maja Anderson


Students' engagement for sustainability at Higher Education institutions: The PRME UN Global Ambassadors Program ****

Anna-Theresia Krein

**  Cross-Regional Chapter/ Cross-Working Group Session 

Margaret Goralski, Liz Collier, Milenko Gudic and Al Rosenbloom

Innovation and entrepreneurship are taught universally across all business schools and are often seen as two central mindsets for achieving the sustainable development goals (SDGs).  It’s now certain that tackling the SDGs requires multidisciplinary and multidimensional knowledge sharing and dialogue across a whole range of societal and educational actors.  This cross PRME regional chapter/cross PRME working group track attempts to mirror the multidimensional and multidisciplinary discussions needed to develop SDG-ready business students. By bringing together chapters, perhaps thought of as vertical organized entities, and working groups, perhaps thought of as horizontal entities because their topic focus can cut across regions, this track will foster discussion at the intersection of these groups.   Designed to be interactive and engaging, the track’s goal is to develop collaborations that produce results.  Specific outcomes will be driven by the number of regional chapter and working group chairs/representatives present.  Historically, RMER has held sessions such as this.  Participant response has been enthusiastic.

*** Wicked Festival

Tay Keong Tan, Paul Hanstedt, Rachel Sharrett, and Maja Anderson

‘Wicked problems’ are persistent challenges that defy resolution, generally seen as complex and open-ended (Rittel & Webber, 1973). Unlike “tame” problems with ready-made or tested solutions, wicked problems lack clarity in their definition and their solutions are often strongly contested, risky, and subject to many real-world constraints (such as extreme poverty, pandemics, refugees, and terrorism). Most of the world’s crises highlighted in the Sustainable Development Goals are wicked problems.

In the first of the two parallel sessions, Radford University graduate and undergraduate students will present the outcomes of their research on four unsolved wicked problems and their solutions to them. They will demonstrate how students in higher education, with guidance and mentoring from faculty members, can tackle complex, multi-dimensional public problems, develop workable solutions, and present and defend their work at academic meetings, such as this conference (Bentley & Toth, 2020)

The second parallel session will discuss the conceptual underpinnings and pedagogical objectives of incorporating the teaching of solving wicked problems in universities and colleges (Hanstedt, 2018), and the implications for management education and the advancements of the SDGs. In this session, two professors and two graduate students will discuss the strategies for empowering students to solve real-world, complex problems and lessons learned from the practice at Radford University and around the world.

**** Students' engagement for sustainability at Higher Education institutions: The PRME UN Global Ambassadors Program

Anna-Theresia Krein

Student engagement is and remains one of the paramount purposes of advancing higher education institutions. During this sessions six students will present the PRME UN Global Ambassadors Program as well as their individual projects/work which originates in the program. The six students selected for this session have been carefully chosen and selected from 6 different DACH-region higher education institutions: Brunswick European Law School (BELS), CBS Business School, HS Pforzheim, MCI Internationale Hochschule, FH Wien and ZHAW School of Management and Law. The students have received financial stipends in order to aid their travel to the conference. The concluding panel discussion of this session is intended to provide an opportunity for asking questions about the PRME UN Global Ambassadors Program as well as the student’s work and their respective engagement.


Brief presentation PGS Ambassador Program: Chiara Bernd & Lazar Tomasevic 

Presentation 1: Luca Schmidt & Sebastian Thielen

Topic: Student Commuting

Presentation 2: Anna Koprivc & Shahryar Tavana

Topic: Breaking the cycle of poverty through education

Panel: Chiara Bernd (Host) & Lazar Tomasevic (Panelist)

Chair of Panel: Anna-Theresia Krein

Further Panelists: Gustavo Loyola, UNGC representative Portugal (tbc)

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Christian Baumgartner

Head of Major Sustainable Tourism & International Development

Fachhochschule Graubünden

Chur, Switzerland

Ana Patrícia Duarte

Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources Group Coordinator

Integrated Researcher


Lisboa, Portugal

Ana Sofia Fonseca

Management Coordinator

Audax - Iscte

Lisboa, Portugal

Lisa Fröhlich


Professor of Strategic Supply Management

DACH Chapter

Cologne, Germany

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Milenko Gudic

Founding Director

Refoment Consulting and Coaching

Belgrade, Serbia

Alfred Rosenbloom

Professor Emeritus, Marketing & International Business

Brennan School of Business

Illinois, USA

Ana Simaens

Associate Dean for Engagement and Impact

Assistant Professor of Strategy, Responsibility and Sustainability

Iscte Business School

Lisboa, Portugal


Conference Registration

The 10th RMER Conference will be held as an on-site event in Lisbon, Portugal, from the 26 to the 28th of September 2023.

Registrations closed

Conference Fees

All participants, presenting authors, track chairs, or moderators will need to register and pay the conference fees. PRME members pay the full registration fees to attend the RMER Conference. By attending the 10th RMER Conference, you consent to photos, videos, etc. being taken for reproduction and distribution for educational, news or promotional purposes.

The following dates and rates apply for participating in the 10th RMER Conference:

  • Standard Fee registration up to September 4th: 400 EUR
  • Extension Early Bird Fee up to August 18th: 300 EUR
  • Student Fee: 100 EUR
  • Conference Dinner: EUR 50
  • Registration Deadline Authors: June 30th

The conference fee includes Welcome Reception, admission to all sessions and conference workshops, coffee breaks and lunches. Conference fees do not include the conference dinner on 27 September 2023 (50 EUR per person). We do not offer special rates for accompanying persons. All attendees must register as conference participants.

Methods of Payment

1) Bank Transfer

Please, send proof of payment to: rmer2023@iscte-iul.pt


Banking institution

Caixa Geral de Depósitos

Branch office

Campo Grande

Reference to be indicated on transfer

RMER + Last Name + First Name

Account number

0035 0368 0000 5653 6308 3


PT50 0035 0368 0000 5653 6308 3



2) Paypal

E-mail address for payment to: audax@iscte-iul.pt

Cancellation Policy

Until 18 August, the full registration fee and dinner will be refunded (deducted from any costs of the operation).

From 18/08 until 04/09, 50% of the registration fee and dinner will be refunded (deducted from any costs of the operation).

From 04/09 onwards, no refund is made.



Local organizers RMER


Co-organizers RMER


Under the High Patronage of the President of the Portuguese Republic

Alto Patrocínio



Fundação Amália

The Foundation
Established by the will of Amália Rodrigues

The Amália Rodrigues Foundation, established by will in 1997 and founded on December 10, 1999, with headquarters at Rua de São Bento, no. 193, aims to establish itself as a cultural and social institution, recognized at national and international level for its work in terms of preserving, studying and disseminating the life and work of Amália Rodrigues.


75 Years of history: A man ahead of his time!

Through his enterprise and capacity for innovation, António João Eusébio created a small company in 1945 that became the biggest non-alcoholic drinks group in Portugal years later.

After the acquisition of COMPAL in 2009, the SUMOL+COMPAL merger created a clear leader in the Portuguese non-alcoholic drinks markets with a major international presence.

We are proud of our past and regard the future with great optimism and enthusiasm. We were founded in Portugal, but we have an international outlook. We develop our own brands and also represent 3rd-party brands. We are inspired by nature and all the good things it can give us and we strive every day to build new and different products for our consumers around the world.


Important Dates:

20 January       
Call for conference track proposals opens - Call for tracks - 10th RMER
20 February Deadline for track proposals (closed)
02 March

Call for contributions (extended abstract) opens 

+ Info: Call for Contributions 10th RMER 2023 - new deadline

08 May

New deadline for authors’ submissions of contributions (extension)
09 June  Notification of submission acceptance (extension)
30 June  Deadline for author registration
18 August Deadline for early-bird registration (extension)
04 September Deadline for regular registration


How to reach Iscte

Join us in charming Lisbon, the heart of beautiful coastline of beaches and natural scenery, for this annual gathering of the global PRME Community and beyond to share and discuss new ideas, approaches, theories, experiences and practical applications to responsible leadership education and the advancement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). 

Google Maps - Iscte

Addres: Iscte - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa Av. das Forças Armadas, 1649-026 Lisboa-Portugal

Coordinates: Latitude: 38.748753; Longitude: -9.153692

Below are  directions  from the airport to  Iscte  campus  through underground/subway  and bus  lines .

Considering the numerous airlines and flights from different cities across the globe to Lisbon airport (LIS), we have not arranged with a particular travel agency for flights to Lisbon. Good deals can be found online or through different airlines.
Lisbon Airport is the main international gateway to Portugal. It is one of the few airports in Europe located inside a major city.

Bus Nº 783: Portela - Aeroporto - Amoreiras
Bus Nº 744: Marquês Pombal – Aeroporto – Moscavide
The trip takes about 30 minutes. Bus station: Av. Forças Armadas

Two taxi stands are within the airport's perimeter, one at arrivals and the
other at departures. You can also order a UBER from the airport. 

The trip takes about 10 minutes. Iscte is by car 10-15 minutes from the city center (ex. Rossio).

Underground / subway train
The Lisbon Airport has a Metro (subway) station with a direct line to the city center. The 'Aeroporto – Saldanha' line takes you to downtown Lisbon in about 20 minutes.
The campus area is in Entrecampos metro station. The Metro network will allow you to move around the city at ease. It is a quick and sustainable way to get around, plus you'll get to see Lisbon's subway stations – each with its own theme and décor.

You must purchase the '7 Colinas' / 'Viva Viagem' electronic travel card, which you can then top up with balance for your journeys and can be used both for the Metro and Carris (bus network):
7 Colinas / Viva Viagem electronic card: €0.50 (current price)
Single Fare Price: €1.50 (current price)
24h Network Pass: €6.45 (current price)


Metro Lisboa


Lisbon is a popular destination and is already well booked in September. We, therefore, recommend booking your hotel as soon as possible. Please find accommodation options below. Furthermore, platforms such as booking.com will give you a wide range of prices and choices for your stay in Lisbon. 

  • VIP Grand Lisboa Hotel & Spa*****

Address: Avenida 5 de Outubro, 197

1050-054 Lisboa, Portugal

Phone: +351 210 435 000

Distance from Iscte: 950 m or an 11-minute walk


  • VIP Executive Entrecampos Hotel & Conference****

Address: Avenida 5 de Outubro, 295

1600-035 Lisboa, Portugal

Phone: +351 210 043 000

Distance from Iscte: 350 m or a 4-minute walk


  • Hotel NH Lisboa Campo Grande****

Address: Campo Grande, 7 

1700-087 Lisboa, Portugal

Phone: +351 21 7917600

Distance from Iscte: 450 m or a 5-minute walk


  • SANA Metropolitan Hotel****

Address: R. Soeiro Pereira Gomes 2

1600-198 Lisboa, Portugal

Phone: +351 21 798 2500

Distance from Iscte: 750 m or a 10-minute walk


  • Holiday Inn Lisbon - Continental****

Address: Rua Laura Alves 9

1050-124 Lisbon, Portugal

Phone: +351 21 004 6000

Distance from Iscte: 1000 m or a 14-minute walk


  • Hotel VIP Inn Berna *** 

Address: Av. Antonio de Serpa 13

1069-199 Lisbon, Portugal

Phone: +351 21 781 4300

Distance from Iscte: 950 m or an 11-minute walk


  • VIP Executive Zurique Hotel *** 

Address: Rua Ivone Silva, 18

1050-124 Lisboa, Portugal

Phone: +351 217 814 000

Distance from Iscte: 950 m or a 12-minute walk



The venues of the RMER Conferences, a joint project PRME Regional Chapter DACH and the PRME Anti-Poverty Working Group, rotate among PRME DACH Chapter institutions and those from the global community of the PRME Anti-poverty Working Group members. The previous nine RMER Conferences, their themes and venues included:

  1. 2014: The Future of Responsible Management Education, Chur, Switzerland
  2. 2015: Inclusive Business, Cairo, Egypt
  3. 2016: Linking SDGs and Responsible Management Education at Universities, Krems, Austria
  4. 2017: New Research Questions for Responsible Management Education and Advancement of SDGs, Curitiba, Brazil
  5. 2018: Leadership Development for Advancing the SDGs, Cologne, Germany
  6. 2019: Multi-stakeholder Engagement for the Agenda 2030, Jönköping, Sweden
  7. 2020: The promise of digitalization and artificial intelligence: Implications for responsible management education and moving forward with the SDGs, Chur, Switzerland
  8. 2021: Poverty and Prosperity: Implications for Advancing the SDGs, 2030 Agenda and Responsible Management Education in a Post-Pandemic World, Suzhou, China
  9. 2022: Societal Impact through Entrepreneurship & Innovation: Responsible Leadership Education for the Changemakers of tomorrow, Innsbruck, Austria

For more information, please contact: RMER2023@iscte-iul.pt

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