Over the past decade, the plight of the Rohingyas has attracted increase attention, mainly from Muslim countries and multilateral organisations such as the UNHCR. Yet, the issue is still little known and poorly understood. Accurate and objective analyses tend to be drowned out by passionate interventions from activists and others, amplified by the internet. Dr Andrew Selth discusses the situation further in his article with The Interpreter published on October 8th.
Griffith Asia Institute
The Griffith Asia Business Internship (GABI) re-imagines ‘Asian Studies’ for the contemporary business context. The transformational work integrated learning (WIL) initiative places students in one of six Asian business destinations, including Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Shanghai and Tokyo, and is led by the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI). The aim of the program is […]
Griffith University game changers spoke at the WOW Global 24 Festival about how COVID-19 has impacted women.
Griffith researchers are tracking grants, donations in kind, debt forgiveness and concessional finance offered to Pacific island countries.
Centre for Environment and Population Health
A panel of international experts brought together by Griffith University has warned there will be dire health consequences if action is not taken against climate change.