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15 February 2023
Toby Walsh

From the heart with Rachel Perkins

Acclaimed filmmaker and producer Rachel Perkins is best known for her work promoting and showcasing Indigenous stories and culture through film and television. But, born into a culture of Indigenous activism, her reach and impact extend well beyond the screen.

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2 November 2018

The Olympics for South East Queensland? Thinking more deeply about infrastructure and legacy

By Associate Professor Sue Harris-Rimmer Griffith Law School South-east Queensland (SEQ) has just hosted the Commonwealth Games and is preparing...

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19 August 2016

Business student named Qld Multicultural Awards winner

Naseema Mustapha has ambitious plans for her degree in International Tourism and Hotel Management.

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2 June 2016

Public lecture on how music can change the world

How music can bring about social change and play a critical role in addressing the most pressing issues of our time will be explored in a public lecture on 7 June.

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23 March 2015
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6 December 2013
Nelson Mandela sitting in chair

Mandela made ‘sainthood’ work in politics

Griffith University political scientist Professor John Kane pays tribute to anti-apartheid icon and former South African president, Nelson Mandela, who has died aged 95.

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6 December 2013
John Kane, Griffith University, delivering an address

Mandela made sainthood work in political arena

A remarkable leader who used his saintly profile to powerful political effect. This was how Griffith University political scientist Professor...

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19 April 2013
Head and shoulders image of Bruce Kidd.

2018 Games must focus on original values

Medal counts and win-at-all-cost attitudes have increasingly overshadowed the original focus of the Commonwealth Games. The Gold Coast, however, is...

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17 March 2009

Griffith acknowledges Queensland’s Fitzgerald legacy

Griffith University will formally announce its Tony Fitzgerald Scholarship Program at the inaugural Tony Fitzgerald lecture on Tuesday, July 28...

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