Griffith seals landmark partnership with Oceania Paralympic Committee

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The Oceania Paralympic Committee (OPC) is building on a powerhouse partnership with Griffith University in the lead up to the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games, taking up head office residency at the Gold Coast campus. Emphasising the shared commitment to excellence, innovation and community engagement, a memorandum of understanding was officiated at Griffith’s Nathan Campus […]

Australia’s leading research and environment organisations call for major reform at 2023 Right to Repair Summit

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Griffith University, Ewaste Watch Institute, Clean Up Australia and the Australian Repair Network are calling for essential reforms that will incentivise and support the repair of products, machines and equipment at the 2023 Australian Repair Summit to be held at the National Library in Canberra on August 11. Trailblazers of the environmental movement, Boomerang Alliance […]

State of play and equal pay take centre at Griffith’s 2023 Women’s World Cup Symposium

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As the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup draws a stadium-level spotlight on women’s sport, academics and sport management leaders will converge at Griffith University to acknowledge past progress and envision future change on and off the field. The symposium marks a celebration of the growing global momentum to propel women in all sports-related settings, whilst […]

VR Dreaming transports students 20,000 years to teach traditional health and healing

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Set fireside beneath a magnificent celestial tapestry, a new virtual reality experience from Griffith University’s First People’s Health Unit invites you to listen and learn hands-on about knowledge from 20,000-years ago. Professor James Charles, Director of Griffith’s First People’s Health Unit (FPHU), is honouring the wisdom and work of his Elders this NAIDOC week as […]