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18 September 2023
Griffith's United Nations Global Voices Fellows Jennifer Menzie and Alexander Blackborough

New York and Dubai await Griffith Global Voices Fellows

Two Griffith University students are the only Queenslanders among 15 Australian delegates chosen to participate in the 2023 Global Voices Fellowship.

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21 July 2022

What does Brisbane 2032 mean for Queensland?

The eyes of the world are on Brisbane, Queensland and Australia, leading up to Brisbane 2032. There is an increasing...

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6 March 2022
Feminist Foreign Policy

Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow

This is the critical decade for climate action and all foreign policy interventions will be judged against this global challenge. To meet this challenge, it is time for Australia to adopt the focus and techniques of feminist foreign policy.

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1 March 2022
Decarbonise Russia

Will Russia’s invasion of Ukraine push Europe towards energy independence and faster decarbonisation?

In 1973, the world’s post-war boom hit the rocks. Oil producers restricted supply, sending prices soaring. In the aftermath of...

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27 July 2021
Parliament House, Canberra

SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

SDG 16 aims to build strong and just institutions in support of peaceful and inclusive societies around the world by 2030. It promotes the rule of law, transparency, accountability, good governance, and ensuring equal access to justice and strengthening human rights.

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8 June 2021
Brisbane Flood 2011

Climate change and the great Australian insurance dilemma

Underinsurance and un-insurability are growing in Australia and creating a plethora of social justice issues. With low-income earners and first home buyers disproportionately exposed to risks.

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6 March 2019
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21 March 2018

Regionally Speaking: Cultural Advocacy, Diplomacy and Leadership from ASEAN to Australia

In mid-February 2018, Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) Director Professor Caitlin Byrne and Professor Ruth Bereson, Dean (Academic) Arts, Education and...

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5 May 2021
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22 January 2024
Hot Fiery Sun

The escalating human toll of extreme heat

Global heatwaves are causing severe human suffering, with vulnerable populations facing escalating risks. Urgent questions arise about mobility, decent work, health access, homelessness, mental health, and essential services during extreme heat says Professor Susan Harris Rimmer.

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