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
Arts Education Law
Talented up-and-coming researchers from across Griffith University presented their findings at the Kungullanji Indigenous Student Research Conference.
Department of Business Strategy and Innovation
With the Indonesian Government focused on strengthening the competitiveness of its workforce, international scholarships present ideal opportunities for people to upskill and meet workforce needs. In a collaboration between Griffith University’s International Business Development Unit, the Griffith Business School’s Griffith Asia Institute and the Australian National University in Canberra, 27 participants recently completed ‘International Scholarship […]
Business and government
Together with economic and political ties, people to people linkages are an integral way to raise awareness and understanding of different cultures and traditions in Australia’s neighbourhood. A key priority for Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) is to foster future Asia-Pacific leaders, driving their mission to cultivate the knowledge, capabilities and connections that will inform and enrich Australia’s […]
A renewed partnership between Griffith and Queensland Airports will ensure more options for student internships and industry-relevant joint research projects.