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14 September 2022

Minjerribah’s changing wetlands

Blending science and indigenous knowledge to improve understanding of Minjerribah's wetland conditions and provide a means for their ongoing monitoring.

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12 September 2022
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6 September 2022
Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying: How can parents identify and intervene?

Cyberbullying can be confusing and distressing for young people, but it is not often the case that youth actively hide bullying from those who care about them. Dr Jaimee Stewart identifies how parents can identify and intervene in cyberbullying.

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14 July 2021
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14 August 2020
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5 May 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: Derogations in time of public emergency

This is the final of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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13 March 2020
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19 December 2019

New course to prepare future health communicators

Health communication experts from Croakey, The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, The Conversation, Griffith Review, have collaborated with Griffith academics...

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2 December 2019
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13 November 2019
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