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
Business and government
Sri Lankan health professionals will take part in a six-month nutrition and food security program led by Griffith in collaboration with the Australian Government and local university partners.
Arts Education Law
Two respected Griffith Business and Law academics have received Vice Chancellor's awards as students celebrate their own success at graduation ceremonies in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
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Griffith researchers have tested an AI video surveillance system to detect social distance breaches without compromising privacy.
A graduate of Griffith's Bachelor of International Tourism and Hotel Management has been accepted into one of the world’s most exclusive hotel concierge programs.