When subjects like soft power and public diplomacy are discussed in forums, few people have postage stamps in mind, but there has long been a close connection between philately and foreign policy according to Dr Andrew Selth in a recent post for the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter. Read the full article here.
Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
The South Pacific Centre for Central Banking (SPCCB) facilitated capacity building program reached a new milestone in late 2019. The central banks of Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Timor Leste signed a PhD Memorandum of Understanding with Griffith University to take the capacity building program to the next level—to build a credible […]
Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Two world-leading figures in anti-corruption will join Griffith University as speakers and instructors in the inaugural Asia-Pacific Integrity School to be hosted in March 2020. The Integrity School is a 5-7-day intensive program operating thanks to a partnership between Transparency International Australia and Griffith University’s Graduate Certificate in Integrity & Anti-Corruption program. The new program will equip professionals and […]
Arts Education Law
Griffith COP25 delegates report on the climate conference's highs and lows.
Business and government
The National Mango Breeding Program is a collaborative research agenda commenced in the early 1990s between CSIRO, and the governments of Western Australian, Northern Territory and Queensland. This month a study initiated by the Western Australian government and led by Associate Professor Robin Roberts from the Griffith Business School and Associate Professor Alec Zuo from […]