On April 21, 2022 GDUFS-Massey University Forum on Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility was successfully held online with the theme: Business Culture and High-Quality Development. The opening ceremony of the forum was hosted by ZHU Wenzhong, Dean of SOB. The attendees and guest speakers included: HE Chuantian, Vice President of GDUFS, Stephen Kelly, Vice President of Massey Business School of Massey University and ZHANG Yun, Director of New Zealand China Trade Association and Executive President of New Zealand Guangdong Chamber of Commerce. Scholars and postgraduate students from GDUFS and Massey University attended the meeting.
At the opening ceremony, HE Chuantian congratulated both sides on the fifth joint forum, saying that the research on the theme is of great practical value and far-reaching significance. He also introduced the latest situation of GDUFS.
At the meeting, Stephen Kelly mainly introduced the changes and progress of online education made by Massey University in international exchange and discipline development in the post-pandemic era. ZHANG Yun shared his personal and organizational experience in China-New Zealand trade, business communication and cultural exchanges.
In the keynote session, nine teachers and students from GDUFS, Massey University and University of Auckland, including MIAO Xueling and Ralph Bathurst, delivered speeches respectively. The speakers explained the diversified research results on sustainable and high-quality development and Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) from different perspectives. During the exchange session, scholars from Massey University, University of Auckland and GDUFS shared their research fields and ongoing research, as well as their views on global cutting-edge topics in CSR and sustainable development.
This forum is of great significance for promoting the practice of CSR and realizing the sustainable development of the economy, society and environment. At the same time, it further promoted the friendly exchange between GDUFS and Massey University.
The screenshot of the meeting