This week, FRIS - the company's role in society starts, a new part of a course for 335 students at the School of Economics. The course is part of the Bachelor's program in Economics. It is based on an action-oriented pedagogy where the students actively investigate how new and existing companies can create economic, social and environmental value and increased sustainability. Whether the students choose to work with their own ideas or an existing project, the company or project must meet at least one of the UN's UN's Sustainable Development Goals (the SDGs).
For more information contact Craig Mitchell, course responsible for FRIS,