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Interpreters: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Dr Riona Tindal Senior Disability Advisor – DSSP Student Disability and Accessibility, Student Success Student Life, Griffith University Relying on Auslan interpreters can be empowering and disempowering at the same time. You just must trust they will translate what you are saying correctly, and you are constantly monitoring what the audience is responding to the […]
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Building Inclusive Communities for All

This week, for our very first Inclusive Futures: Reimagining Disability Blog, we are joined by a selection of guests who represent the Deaf and hard of hearing community as part of the National Week of Deaf People (NWDP). An initiative of Deaf Australia, the National Week of Deaf People is a week-long national celebration of […]
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Arts Education Law

Climate impacts on beach lifestyle in the spotlight

Researchers ask what can we do to ready ourselves – and our weekends – for climate altered futures? 
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Alumni

Griffith grads honoured with prestigious scholarships

A Griffith University doctor who hopes to prevent sight loss in rural and remote communities in Australia will head to Oxford University after winning a prestigious World Universities Ramsay Postgraduate Scholarship.
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Griffith Beacons

GBR among World Heritage sites where ‘In Danger’ listing is essential: experts

Publication proposes way forward for the 21 World Heritage Committee signatories to deal with climate change threat.  
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Domestic Violence

MATE and QMusic to create safe spaces at gigs

Griffith University’s MATE Bystander program and QMusic are partnering on a new initiative to create a better culture around consent.
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Australian Rivers Institute

Scientists honoured for contributions to sustainability research

Two Griffith researchers dedicated to creating a more sustainable world have been recognised for their contributions as elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.
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Corporate

Tasmania ‘first to become carbon negative’

State the first in world to reduce CO₂ emissions and increase removals to become net carbon negative.
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Australian Rivers Institute

GBR management methods at odds with climate change threats

Study finds 30 years of management approaches do not adequately address climate change threats to the Great Barrier Reef.
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Arts Education Law

What Australians really think about climate change: survey

Study finds three out of four Australians concerned about climate change and support policies to limit potential impacts. 
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Griffith Beacons

New IPCC report shows Australia is at real risk from climate change

Impacts are worsening, future risks are high, and wide-ranging adaptation is needed.
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Arts Education Law

New long-term research program to reimagine disability

Griffith University is reimagining an inclusive future for people with disabilities, launching a major new long-term research initiative.
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Griffith Beacons

Satirical obituary for the Great Barrier Reef undermines climate action

A tongue-in-cheek editorial about the death of the Great Barrier Reef undermined efforts to build action on climate change and amplified conflict a new study has found.
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Centre for Catalysis and Clean Energy

Griffith helps Indonesia turn trash into power

Griffith University experts have delivered training to Indonesian decision makers on how to turn the country’s waste into energy.
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Business and government

Griffth partners with industry for a clean energy future 

Griffith Business School has established a new research and policy hub to help create sustainable energy solutions.
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Arts Education Law

Launch of world-first app to combat domestic violence 

Griffith University’s MATE program has developed a world-leading smartphone app designed to help prevent domestic and family violence. 
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Cities Research Institute

Early heat warning system to help save lives in changing climate

More than $2 million funding to propel development of health technology project.
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Alumni

New scholarship to support students with disabilities

Students with disabilities are set to be supported through a new scholarship started by a Griffith Business School alumnus.
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