UN Principles for Responsible Management Education
London School of Management Education (LSME) became a signatory to the UN Global Compact Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) in October 2017. LSME is committed to advancing values of sustainability, responsibility, and ethics in teaching, research, and thoughtful leadership. LSME is part of over 650 leading business and management schools from more than 80 countries dedicated to advancing these core values of PRME while working to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Barking and Dagenham Chamber of Commerce
Barking and Dagenham Chamber of Commerce is aimed at promoting the furtherance of trading, to defend the interests of those doing business and to help enhance the economic success of businesses within the local community.
Redbridge Chamber of Commerce
Redbridge Chamber of Commerce provides businesses with recognised status within the community, opens gateways for networking and provides information on business opportunities and legislation. The Chamber works actively with Redbridge Council and other agencies to stimulate business and help influence decision making in the Borough.
National Network for the Education of Care Leavers
NNECL, established in 2013, supports professionals working with care experienced learners to improve the progression into and through further higher education by continuous improvement of their services delivered by its members. NNECL provides a platform for organisations across the UK, working with or providing higher education for care leavers to connect. The network enables sharing of information, experiences, and ideas to remove the barriers to access higher education for care leavers and raise their aspiration.
Disability Confident Scheme
Disability Confident scheme is an initiative of the government to which organisations commit to creating a welcoming and conducive environment for employees to join and work without being conscious of or hindered by their difference in abilities. It is a voluntary scheme developed by employers and representatives of disabled people with a view to accommodate the needs of employers and employees, particularly for smaller businesses. The initiative aims to change organisational perspectives and motivate organisations to adapt and improve how they recruit, retain, and develop disabled people. The visibility of the Disability Confident logo allows differently-abled people to overcome their intimidation and feel free to approach the organisations for employment.