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25 October 2018

‘Principles and Purpose — Stepping up to Refugee Protection in this Era of Displacement’ – The Michael Whincop Memorial Lecture 2018

Guy S. Goodwin-Gill Professor, University of New South Wales & Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, Sydney 23 October 2018...

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25 October 2012

Special Lecture tackles river health

The Australian Rivers Institute Special Lecture 2012 will be on the topic “River Health and Environmental Flows in China”. The...

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24 November 2021
SEQ Olympic Planning

The 2032 Olympics: Urban and environmental planning matters

Mega-events cause extremes of excitement and anxiety for urban planners. Among mega-events, the Olympics is the rarest opportunity – most planners will never get to take it on. Much like athletes winning gold, planners who deliver a successful Olympics secure a permanent professional legacy.

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28 June 2021
Professor John Rasko

In Conversation with Professor John Rasko AO

Professor John Rasko is a globally pre-eminent physician-scientist whose work on regenerative medicine and biotechnology is fundamentally changing our understanding...

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6 October 2020
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18 December 2019

Two Silvers, a Bronze and a Blues Award for Steph Morton

Griffith criminal justice and criminology student and sprint cyclist Stephanie Morton returned to competition in Brisbane over the weekend, collecting valuable qualification points for Tokyo 2020.

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21 May 2019
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14 August 2018

Why we should talk about this

ABC Brisbane Radio’s Loretta Ryan will host a discussion with community and university experts about the prevention of domestic and...

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29 January 2018

Well placed for success

In 2012, a group of new graduates from Griffith Film School and the Queensland Conservatorium founded Well Placed Cactus –...

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13 November 2017

Industry looking for answers when it comes to lack of employee engagement in Australia

According to a recent Gallup poll, only 14% of employees in Australia and New Zealand feel they are engaged with...

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