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CEEMAN – the International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies is delighted to join the Responsible Management Education Research Conference and the CSR Conference in Cologne as a partner.

Established in 1993 with the aim of accelerating the growth and quality of management development in Central and Eastern Europe, CEEMAN has gradually become a global network of management development institutions involved in economic restructuring and social change in dynamic societies, with 220 members from 54 countries in Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia.


Stadt Köln

City of Cologne

The City of Cologne is working on an integrated approach towards climate protection. The Coordination Unit for Climate Protection manages the climate protection process citywide. The initiative ‚SmartCity Cologne’ was founded to encourage innovation by fostering cooperation between local players and activities concerning climate protection, energy efficiency and the turnaround in energy policy.

In the past, the city has already taken into consideration not to invest in unethical or un-ecological financial assets. It is planned to go on with divestment, offering new possibilities for green investment.


IHK Köln

Cologne Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Founded in 1797, the Cologne Chamber of Commerce and Industry is one of the oldest chambers in Germany. Its region – the third largest industrial region in Germany in terms of economic power – includes the cities of Cologne and Leverkusen, plus the Rhein-Erft, Rheinisch-Bergisch and Oberbergisch districts. About 150.000 companies are members of the chamber.




As the partner airline for our conferences, Emirates can assist with your flight booking and offers special fares for conference participants. Book your flights on www.emirates.com and enter the promotion code you receive with your conference ticket. Travel validity 7th-21stNovember 2018.




The mission of Heldenrat GmbH is to build bridges between business and the social sector on the basis of cooperation and knowledge transfer. As a for-profit enterprise of the non-profit Heldenrat – Beratung für soziale Bewegungen e.V., our profits support the strengthening of social projects. Heldenrat GmbH is Germany’s first organisational consultancy to be established as a social business.




Sneep is a student network for ethics in economics and practice. Sneep forms an interface between students, young scientists, companies and socio-political actors. We promote and demand the discourse on ethical and sustainable economics and encourage people to think outside the box of classical economics.



Sistema Fiep

The Federation of Industries of the State of Paraná – Fiep – is a complete structure that offers programs, products and services guided towards the benefit of workers, managers, businesses and communities. Fiep is the biggest representative entity of the industrial category, and incorporates more than one hundred affiliated unions, which represent more than 42 thousand industries. The Fiep System is comprised by four houses: Fiep, Sesi, Senai and IEL. As Fiep acts as a political and institutional wing of the industry, promoting the development of the sector and offering services to strengthen the companies.



German CSR Forum

German CSR Forum is Europe’s largest and renowned expert meeting on CSR and sustainability. The conference is held annually at different locations in Germany. The German CSR Prize was founded by the Forum and is awarded at the conference every year.









netzwerk n e.V.

Bottom-up transformation of universities
We are a growing network of student initiatives, individuals and graduates who share and collaborate to advance sustainability in higher education across Germany and beyond. We stand for a genuine and new perspective on the discussion about – and the actual transformation process of – sustainable universities. Website: https://netzwerk-n.org


The World Citizen School

The World Citizen School is an innovative educational project, a free learning space and network of more than 30 student initiatives and social startups concerned with public well-being.

It promotes self-organized and experience-based learning at the cutting edge of the economy, politics and society. The school is an innovating learning environment in which students

a) organise their education themselves,
b) learn from one another in informal and interdisciplinary networks and
c) are supported through an engagement-promoting social innovation program for their activities