United Nations Global Compact!
SEAA Trust, New Delhi is a member of the UN Global compact India for the past three years. We have been promoting awareness of the 17 SDGs that need to be flushed out before the year 2030 . Our focus mainly is about the SDG 4 relating Education and how Business schools should be able to take advantage of the Principles laid down by PRME, a member of United nations in their quest for building globally benchmarked quality using any one of the top rated accreditation agency standards. .
GLOBAL SDG BASED STANDARDS IN EDUCATION
SDG compliance is emerging an important aspect of global benchmarked quality building in Education. Accreditation agencies and the ISO (International Standards organisation) explicitly mention UN SDG as a benchmark that needs to be achieved while their standards are being met and complied with.
ISO standards are for instance used as a basis to build public policy to comply with the SDGs relating to public health, human rights, water, energy and education among others.
AACSB for instance to help achieve the intended social impact while using its standards in accreditation advocates in Standards 1, 4 , 8 and 9 the goals set out in the SDG listing