Search results for: orphans

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19 April 2016
Kate van Doore with Karen Flanagan (Save the Children), Senator Linda Reyolds and Leigh Mathews (Rethink Orphanages).

Paper orphans no more — push to stop child exploitation

Griffith University law lecturer Kate van Doore is at the forefront of a national campaign to close orphanages in developing nations and instead boost community care.

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7 May 2015

Earthquake orphans: What Nepal can learn from Haiti

How to protect children from unnecessary adoption writes Griffith Law School lecturer Kate Van Doore.

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6 May 2015

Earthquake orphans: what Nepal can learn from Haiti

Kate van Doore, Griffith University Following the earthquake in 2010, Westerners flocked to Haiti to “rescue” orphaned and lost children....

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10 March 2015

The business of orphanages: where do ‘orphans’ come from?

The number of orphanages in developing nations has dramatically increased in the past decade, but where are the "orphans" coming from?

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26 November 2020

Art lecturer wins top honours at national awards

Queensland College of Art lecturer Natalya Hughes took out top honours at the Sunshine Coast Art Prize, for a stunning abstract work celebrating the female form.

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3 April 2020

Return on investment

A journey of giving has already begun for Griffith Business School (GBS) alumnus Denis Vukovac eager to invest in the next generation of business leaders a year after graduating.

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18 February 2020

Australian expansion plans for internationally based GBS grad

Many people work towards their dream of creating and steering their own company but few achieve that only a few...

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11 February 2020

Charity donations in spotlight with O-it campaign

The first community trials being carried out as part of a progressive Griffith University research project into improving the quality of charity donations have been hailed a success.

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3 February 2020

Griffith students bring art to industry

Design students were commissioned to complete a mural for the Brisbane Technology Park as part of Griffith's new partnership with BTP Workspaces.

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30 January 2020
Delvene Cockatoo-Collins gains inspiration from traditional stories for her artworks, such as the shell mermaid in her new Minjerribah studio. She is holding her Griffith Business School award.

Griffith alumnus embraces her artistic side

Indigenous artist and Griffith alumnus Delvene Cockatoo-Collins believes it is never too late to fulfil your dreams, reconnecting with her arts practice later in life.

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