Griffith University’s Asia Institute will hosted the second annual Australia-Indonesia Dialogue in Jakarta on Tuesday November 25, 2014 where experts addressed a broad agenda covering climate change, urban development, and the changing economic and political relationship between the two countries under Indonesia’s new president, Joko Widodo.
In partnership with the Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC), the Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), and ACCESS Advisory Services, the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) is proud to announce a new research program to explore and test opportunities to enhance the support ecosystem for digital innovation and entrepreneurship in the Pacific region. Recognising the important role […]
The Oceania Paralympic Committee (OPC) is building on a powerhouse partnership with Griffith University in the lead up to the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, taking up head office residency at the Gold Coast campus. Emphasising the shared commitment to excellence, innovation and community engagement, a memorandum of understanding was officiated at Griffith’s Nathan Campus […]
Associate Professor Dominic Smith from Griffith Agribusiness has been awarded an Australia-Vietnam Enhanced Economic Engagement Grant (AVEG) for the project, Reimagining collaboration in the Australian and Vietnam beef cattle sectors. Researchers from Griffith Agribusiness, Focus Group Go, and Vietnam’s Institute for Policy and Strategy for Agriculture and Rural Development (IPSARD) will collaborate with government and […]
Griffith Agribusiness’ most recent recruit, Dr Zannie Langford, is set to take the lead on a new project, exploring climate change resilience strategies for seaweed farmers in Indonesia. Seaweed farming is Indonesia’s largest marine aquacultural industry, but the variability of ocean conditions and the impact of rainfall on seaweed production mean that it is already […]