As the country continues to endure natural disasters, Griffith expert reminds us how best to care for some of our injured wildlife.
Sudanese born orphan, Beny Bol, uses restorative justice principles to resolve conflict and build resilience in Logan and Melbourne communities. He is the President of the 60,000 strong Queensland African Communities’ Council and works closely with the Police and justice system to influence positive community behaviour. “When I moved to Logan, I was disappointed to […]
“I think protecting our borders is an issue that can be done without losing our humanity.” So says the Honourable Anthony Albanese MP, the Shadow Minister for Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, and Cities, and Shadow Minister for Tourism, who told Griffith University’s A Middle Ground podcast that Labor ensured the passage of the Medevac Bill because […]
Griffith Humanities senior lecturer Hamish McLean joined forces with School of Medicine senior lecturer Duncan McConnell to train more than 60 doctors and nurses from across Mongolia‘s 21 provinces in the capital Ulaanbaatar. Hamish McLean is a Crisis and Disaster Management specialist, but found that even his 30 years experience in crisis communication was tested to the limit, […]
Exciting new research from Griffith University is providing new hope for those with acquired brain injuries. International trailblazer in stem cell rehabilitation and Griffith University Professor Emeritus Alan Mackay-Sim will explore the exciting opportunities being opened up by new research in neuroplasticity – at the National Brain Injury Conference at the Princess Alexandra Hospital on […]
Reflecting on the 30th anniversary of The Moonlight State and Fitzgerald Inquiry, one of Australia's best investigative journalists says it’s an apt time to celebrate what journalism can achieve
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