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Anti-Corruption – UN Global Compact – Resources (Part 1 of 2)

Corruption negatively impacts social and economic development as well as environmental sustainability. It also undermines the ability of companies to grow, escalates costs and poses legal and reputational risks, making it of crucial importance to business. 550 more words

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Managing Humanitarian Emergencies – EADA Business School

For one week in March, EADA Business School’s campus in Collbato transforms into a model refugee camp. Here participants from different programmes at EADA meet to take part in an innovative elective offered on Managing Humanitarian Emergencies. 704 more words

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Engaging High School Students in Sustainable Business – San Francisco State University College of Business

Engaging business school students in ethics and responsible business is important, but business schools can also play another important role to influence students before they even enter business school. 852 more words

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Redefining the role of older people: American University of Beirut’s University for Seniors Programme

During the past few decades, the number and proportion of older Lebanese individuals has been rising steadily. It is estimated that by the year 2050, the proportion of people aged 65 years and over will approach 20 percent, the highest among its Arab neighbouring countries. 1,005 more words

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Supporting Female Entrepreneurs in Lebanon – American University of Beirut

Increasingly, women around the world are starting businesses, but the numbers are still low. Female entrepreneurs face unique challenges when trying to start a business; they are less likely than their male counterparts to receive funding, discover crucial mentors, and find the necessary confidence and time while balancing work and life. 931 more words

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A Free University for All Citizens – HEM in Morocco


Nineteen years ago, HEM (Institute of Higher Education of Management) in Morocco launched a unique concept called “Université Citoyenne,®” roughly translated in English as “Free University for all citizens.” The idea came from the oldest university in the history of the world, the University of AlKaraween in Fès/Morocco, which was established by a woman named Fatima Al-Fahria more than a thousand years ago. 815 more words

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Business Examples from Around the World – India, Morocco, Lebanon

As businesses become increasingly engaged in sustainability around the world, we are presented with an growing range of examples of active companies. However, when I speak with students and faculty, they say that they often hear about the same examples from the same international companies over and over again. 449 more words

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