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30 April 2014

China’s West Bank–the alienation of the Uyghur

A recent mass stabbing attack on bystanders at a train station in China has again focused attention on the troubled...

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2 May 2024

Family Law Act overhauled

In October 2023, federal parliament passed changes to Family Law Act affecting children's cases. Repealing a presumption of equal shared parental responsibility, new factors prioritise safety and child's needs. Challenges lie in implementation and potential judicial discretion says Griffith Law School's Zoe Rathus.

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13 February 2024

Integrity experts call for focus on justice for whistleblowers

No employee should be left worse-off for blowing the whistle - Griffith integrity experts call for a principles-based Commonwealth whistleblower protection regime.

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12 September 2021

Lights, Camera, Activism with Rachel Griffiths AM

In this conversation Kerry O'Brien speaks to one of Australia's most prolific arts professionals Rachel Griffiths AM about her celebrated career.

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26 March 2020
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20 February 2017

ABC showcases Griffith filmmakers

ABC iView is screening Griffith Film School’s graduate projects as part of a new showcase of Australia’s best original short...

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2 December 2016

Film school students scoop awards

Griffith Film School students have taken out top honours in a series of high profile awards. Head of Griffith Film School Professor Herman van Eyken said the success of students and alumni reflected the high calibre of work taking place at GFS.

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23 February 2016

Curbing youth radicalisation – forum

Practical initiatives to prevent radicalism and violence were the focus of a two-day symposium held in Brisbane recently.

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24 April 2014

In defence of social service

You might assume that social work, as one of Australia’s oldest and well-established caring professions, needn’t worry about its future. You’d be wrong. Far-reaching changes to organisational culture and workplace practices in recent years have left many social workers deeply concerned about the direction of the profession. Adjunct Associate Professor Richard Hill reports from Griffith's School of Human Services and Social Work.

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