Destination North Queensland: Intercultural interactions between Indian and Indigenous Queensland entrepreneurs

Business and government
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A unique networking opportunity for intercultural interactions and business linkages between Indian and Indigenous women entrepreneurs was presented last month in Cairns. Dr Dhara Shah and Professor Michelle Barker from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation, Griffith University led a delegation of 10 Indian women innovators who were selected to come to Queensland as […]

Griffith convenes high level regional policy dialogue in the South Pacific

Business and government
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A high level regional policy dialogue was inaugurated at the November 2019 South Pacific central banking regional research conference in Port Vila.  The purpose of the dialogue was to create an atmosphere that promotes spirited interaction among participants and helps policy makers fine-tune their own approaches as they apply the lessons and details of SPCCB-supported […]

Doctoral symposium enables PhD candidates to showcase their research

Business and government
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The inaugural BSI Doctoral Symposium was held at South Bank campus on Monday 25th November, followed by a networking event at the Ship Inn. Seven PhD candidates presented their research topics throughout the day, including strategies for entrepreneurship, change management, and technology adoption. Two insightful keynote speakers shared their experiences and took part in the panel of experts […]

Global internships: Supporting the next generation of Asia-Pacific leaders

Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
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Griffith Asia Institute’s 52 Global Interns, 43 supported by New Colombo Plan grants, are currently living, working and travelling in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan and Korea.  Prior to commencing a six-week internship, students completed a jam-packed week of in-country orientation activities and events – designed to increase knowledge and understanding, and acquire unique insights […]

Griffith signs research MoU with the Central Bank of Timor-Leste

Business and government
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Griffith University has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Central Bank of Timor-Leste (CBTL). This makes it the fifith agreement with the South Pacific central banks.  Existing MoUs are with the central banks of Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. The agreements are geared towards developing capacity for research and policy […]

How to Address Contemporary Genocide: Atrocities Against the Rohingya and Yazidi

Law Futures Centre
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*Trigger Warning* This post contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors.  Support is available on campus or through 1800RESPECT. To conclude a two-day event titled ‘Australian International Criminal Law Workshop 2019: International Criminal Justice Futures,’ the Griffith Law Futures Centre hosted a roundtable on contemporary genocide. Chaired by international […]