Alumni

Griffith Business School Outstanding Award Winners Celebrated

The Annual Griffith Business School Gala Dinner saw guests celebrate the winners of the Outstanding Alumnus Awards, as well as announce two new award winners for Outstanding Industry Partner and Outstanding Entrepreneurial Alumnus.
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Business and government

Conference drives Change with sold-out crowd

A sold-out crowd gathered to hear from industry experts at Griffith University’s Change Conference.
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Business and government

The state of our neighbourhood; challenges and opportunities

How well do you know your neighbours? That’s one of the questions posed by the Griffith Asia Institute’s (GAI) State of the Neighbourhood Report 2019.
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Business and government

Former PM Rudd warns Australia-China relationship must stay positive

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd AC warned of the importance of a positive Australia-China relationship at a Griffith University public lecture on Wednesday night.
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Business and government

It’s time whistleblowers had better protection: A.J. Brown writes for The Conversation

Professor A.J. Brown says the case for law reform to properly protect public-interest whistleblowers has never been so stark.
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Business and government

World’s largest whistleblowing project throws weight behind reforms

Less than 1% of whistleblowers end up going to the media, and only after trying internal or regulatory channels first according to a new report released today.
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Business and government

Whistleblowers are key to fighting corruption

Whistleblowers are an integral part of fighting corruption, according to Griffith University Professor AJ Brown.
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Arts Education Law

Lights, camera, action: behind the scenes of Griffith’s election coverage

Film students had the opportunity to work behind the scenes on a series of exclusive shoots for Griffith's federal election coverage.
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Business and government

Griffith leads ARC-funded project to reform national integrity

The draft recommendations, released under the title Governing with Integrity – a blueprint for reform, are to be presented today.
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Business and government

Transparency International Cambodia founder to present at Griffith public lecture

Kol Preap has stepped in to replace previously announced speaker Delia Ferreira Rubio, who is no longer able to make the event.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith delivers high research impact

The Australian Government’s first Engagement and Impact (EI) assessment results confirm Griffith University’s position as a leader in delivering high-quality research with impact/
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Business and government

Transparency International chair to speak at Griffith public lecture

"Integrity and corruption in 2030: What does the future hold?" will be held in early April.
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Business and government

New corporate whistleblower protections worth the scramble

The government’s amendments to overhaul protections for corporate employees could not come at a better time, writes Professor A J Brown.
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Business and government

After 15 years’ work, it’s time: Australia’s national integrity commission solution explained

Fifteen years after Transparency International Australia and Griffith University researchers first assessed Australia as needing a comprehensive federal anti-corruption body, the full legislative plan is finally on the table. And it’s thanks to an ever-widening coalition of support, again led by a joint TI Australia/Griffith research team, conducting the current second Australian Research Council-funded national […]
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Business and government

Expert says ‘farcical’ Dutton inquiry process will only further erode public trust

Professor A J Brown has described the process as "completely inappropriate".
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Business and government

New options paper for federal anti-corruption reform for Australia

Griffith-led Australian Research Council project publishes interim findings.
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Centre for Governance and Public Policy

Griffith research shows trust in government slides

Australians’ trust in government has continued to slide, driven by growing concerns about corruption at the federal level, according to a special Global Corruption Barometer survey conducted by Griffith University and Transparency International Australia. The results also show strong support for creation of a new federal anti-corruption body, with two-thirds (67%) supporting the idea, especially […]
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Business and government

Alumni awards highlight the best and brightest of Griffith Business

The four individuals are in the running for overall awards to be bestowed in September.
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