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26 June 2022

Australia’s role in a world on edge with Dr Michael Fullilove AM

The July instalment of A Better Future for All turned its attention to global affairs with this In Conversation with Dr Michael Fullilove AM.

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5 March 2019

Global threats put under the Griffith microscope at World Science Festival Brisbane

If humankind is to survive the health and environmental issues facing us, then Griffith University researchers will be squarely in...

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17 January 2019
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10 September 2012

WTO forum beckons for Griffith student

Griffith University’s Honours College student Alexander Choy will be part of a group of young Australians attending the World Trade...

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4 June 2021
Premier?Annastacia Palaszczuk

In Conversation with The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk MP

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has a unique opportunity to lead Queensland through the state’s first four-year fixed term with an increased majority after the...

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28 May 2021
Sally McManus

In Conversation with Sally McManus

End of an era, the future of work Renowned workers’ rights advocate and ACTU Secretary Sally McManus joined interviewer extraordinaire Kerry O’Brien...

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3 March 2017

How does volunteering in an orphanage encourage modern slavery?

Last week, the Attorney-General announced an Inquiry into establishing a Modern Slavery Act in Australia, a great step forward says Kate van Doore

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30 May 2016
Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer.

Women 20 Summit in China links gender equality to the innovative growth agenda

Griffith Law School’s Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer looks at the implications from the recent Women 20 Summit in China and the potential for increased female labour participation.

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16 November 2015
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7 August 2015

Climate change draws Vietnamese environment professionals to Griffith

by Elspeth Muir Food security, high quality freshwater, and health standards were among the issues discussed at the Griffith hosted...

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