Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability

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Welcome to the Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability

The Centre

The Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability provides a platform for collaborative, inter-disciplinary work across the School of Business and Governance, all schools within Murdoch University and outside institutions. The Centre seeks to advance teaching and research in areas that are at the heart of key global challenges and relevant to future university graduates and society at large.

The Centre's objectives are to:

  • be an outward-facing and socially relevant organisation that engages with the communities it wishes to serve;
  • engage in high quality teaching and research to shape new thinking and practice on key aspects of responsible citizenship and sustainability; and
  • create an environment that is conducive to collaboration and promotes the development of research students and early career scholars.

Learn more about the Centre and its activities or sign up to our e-mail list to receive updates about events and collaboration opportunities.

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4th International Conference on CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance CSR Conference 2017 - Call for Abtracts

Updated 1 April 2017

The organisers of the 4th International Conference on CSR, Sustainability, Ethics and Governance are very excited about having received a substantial number of good quality abstract submissions. In order to maximise the opportunity for both academics and practitioners in the field to share their latest work across the range of conference themes we are pleased to announce a final extension of the abstract submission deadline to 21 April 2017.

The Conference will take place on 26-28 July 2017 and will be held at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. The Conference is organised by the Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability at Murdoch University in collaboration with the Global Corporate Governance Institute.

To have your abstract considered for acceptance, you must submit before the abstract extended deadline of 21st April.

All abstracts will be reviewed and considered for acceptance, and contributors will be notified about the review outcome. Accepted abstracts of registered participants will be included in the conference programme.

Please familiarise yourself with the abstract submission guidelines before submitting your abstract online.

Proposals need to be submitted online via the following link

Important Dates

Registrations Open

November 2016

Early Bird Deadline

21 April 2017

Abstract Submission Deadline

21 April 2017

Author acceptance

30 April 2017

Full Paper Submission Deadline

31 May 2017

Author Registration
31 May 2017


We are looking forward to receiving your abstract!

For questions please contact the Conference Secretariat:
Promaco Conventions
T: +61 8 9332 2900
E: promaco@promaco.com.au
http://www.promaco.com.au/


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The Centre engages in theoretical and empirical work, seeking to shape new thinking and practice on key aspects of responsible citizenship and sustainability.

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The team at the Centre includes scholars with expertise in a wide range of areas including policy, management, sustainability and development studies.

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