Luke Granville write an article for The Conversation discussing the use on violent and non-violent resistance. He looks at Erica Chenoweth and Maria Stephan’s book Why Civil Resistance Works:The Strategic Logic on Nonviolent Conflict and their premise that non-violent campaigns of resistance are twice as effective as violent insurgencies in achieving their stated goals. You can view the whole article on The Conversation or via The Protection Gateway Blog
Griffith Asia Institute
The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) and Griffith University’s Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to cooperate on economic development research and capacity building in Asia and the Pacific. Each institution brings a depth of expertise and regional networks which will be leveraged to enhance outcomes across a variety of […]
Business and government
Professor Caitlin Byrne will start as Griffith University’s Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) in July.
Arts Education Law
Study finds three out of four Australians concerned about climate change and support policies to limit potential impacts.
Australian Rivers Institute
Griffith has been ranked in the global Top 100 (92) of universities globally in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022.