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 University is meeting the challenge of a rapidly changing employment environment through an expanded short-course program for 2021 aimed at boosting the employability of graduates.
Business and government
Bolstering employability by developing transversal skills and attributes that employers are seeking in graduate applicants, Claire Doherty is currently completing a Remote Global Internship with Jost&Co in Seoul as part of the Griffith Asia Business Internship (GABI) Program, a 20 credit point Griffith Asia Institute elective course delivered during Trimester 3. Claire is among 29 […]
Thousands of young Queenslanders have received their high school results but even if your ATAR isn't what you expected, there are still plenty of pathways to university.
A project offering a global circular economy solution for a commonly used piece of equipment has won Most Innovative Business Project at the 2020 MBA Australasia (MBAus) Graduate Management Awards.