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8 March 2024
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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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8 March 2021
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6 March 2019

Busy week for Griffith on International Women’s Day

From special speaking engagements to an outdoor concert, the Griffith community has been busy celebrating gender equity in the run-up to International Women's Day.

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8 March 2018
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21 July 2023
Women's football

Will gender equality be the legacy of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand has generated excitement but also highlighted the slow progress towards gender equality in sports. The Matildas, Australia's national women's soccer team, are using this event to advocate for improved governance, pay equity, and representation for women in sports.

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6 October 2020

Graduate’s rise from no TV to senior Netflix role

A Griffith grad working for one of the most well known media brands in the world shows that humble beginnings don’t necessarily dictate your career trajectory.

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8 March 2016
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29 June 2015

Empowering women through the arts

Eleven women artists from Timor-Leste will collaborate with Australian artists in breaking new ground for dance, theatre, music and film artists.

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26 June 2015
Tameka Butt is one of three Griffith students on the Australian squad of the FIFA Women's World Cup

World Cup glory awaits Griffith’s Matildas trio

Three Griffith University students -- Clare Polkinghorne, Elise Kellond-Knight and Tameka Butt -- are out to continue the Australian Matildas' history-making progress through the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup by beating Japan in Sunday's quarter-final

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