Search results for: indigenous justice program

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12 July 2013

Indigenous Justice Program funding

Griffith University will undertake an Indigenous Justice Program worth almost $2.3 million over three years.

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16 June 2020

Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence

My new book, Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence, published by Palgrave Macmillan in May 2019, considers what aspects of...

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25 February 2020
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23 August 2019
Archaelogist John Mulvaney (right) at Lake Mungo, 1974. Image courtesy of the National Archives of Australia. NAA: A6180, 23/8/74/3

Indigenous early career researcher awarded John Mulvaney Fellowship

Griffith University Indigenous Studies lecturer Dr Harry Van Issum is the recipient of the inaugural John Mulvaney Fellowship, awarded to...

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27 February 2019
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26 July 2018
Aunty Barbara Nicholson reading from the Dreaming Inside Poetry program volume at the Sydney Writers' Festival (Woollongong Art Gallery).

Unique prison writing program provides voice for Indigenous men

A unique creative writing prison program at Junee Correction Centre (JCC) in New South Wales is helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men strengthen their connection to culture.

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12 February 2018
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21 March 2016

Griffith law grads in top graduate program

Law careers are one step closer for three Griffith Law School graduates who have been awarded positions with a prestigious...

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26 February 2016
Participants in the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium - Jordyn Godfrey, Estin Hunter, Leah Henderson, Breanna Johnston, Trishiko King, Penelope Henain, Eden Little, Jamie Penny, Summer Coffison, Dhayne thomas, and Julia-Rose Satre.

Indigenous students’ research projects making a difference

Curing chronic neck pain through virtual reality perception; exploring the link between urban Aboriginal male identity and health and evaluating...

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13 November 2015
AIME mentor and Griffith student Rachel Spencer with Keebra Park SHS student Eboni Barrett and Helensvale SHS student Ngapuarata Mator.

Indigenous students vie for trip to Google HQ

Griffith University students have teamed up with local Indigenous high school students to help them win a trip to Google...

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