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Bold experiment hailed a success by GAI and AIIA Queensland

“Well I can say one thing for sure, we will be having Griffith Asia Institute back” commented Paul Lucas, President of Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) Queensland as he opened the Q and A session at the joint event held Tuesday April 9th at Holding Redlich in Brisbane.  Like a well-oiled machine, seven presenters […]
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Australian Awards Fellows champion climate resilience for Mongolia’s small-medium businesses

As part of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) Australian Awards Fellowship, members of the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI), Associate Professors Dhara Shah, Rob Hales, and Tapan Sarker collaborated with participants from the International Research Institute of Mongolia (IRIM) to develop three policy briefs. These briefs showcase the outcomes of their project, titled […]
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Lighting the way to sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region

Taking a deep dive into economic challenges unique to the Asia-Pacific region, Griffith Asia Institute released its flagship report.
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Griffith celebrates investment in women on International Women’s Day 2024

Griffith celebrates International Women's Day recognising the diversity of women, their experiences and achievements.
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New study assesses impact of purpose on top 100 ASX companies

Discovering what drives some of Australia’s largest companies, the ASX100 Purpose Matters report, provides insight about the motivations behind companies shaping the country.
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Integrity experts call for focus on justice for whistleblowers

No employee should be left worse-off for blowing the whistle - Griffith integrity experts call for a principles-based Commonwealth whistleblower protection regime.
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Griffith pros and QAS paramedics meet in Mongolia to elevate emergency care

Gold Coast paramedics have united with ambulance staff in Mongolia as part of Griffith's ongoing efforts to elevate emergency medical services (EMS) and disaster capacity.
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What do Aussie companies promise stakeholders?

Shining a spotlight on the cultural values of the top 100 Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) companies, a Griffith University report examines how Australian companies say they intend to behave.
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Chinese Statecraft in a Changing World

Last Thursday evening marked the final public event of the year for Griffith Asia Institute as it played host to the book launch of “Chinese Statecraft in a Changing World” by Jean Dong, a renowned research fellow from the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies. Dong’s work delves into the intricate landscape of […]
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Are Australian CEOs missing the strategic value of ‘purpose’?

MBA mini masterclass will present findings from the 5th annual Brandpie CEO Purpose survey, revealing how Australian CEOs compare.
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Griffith Alumnus journey with MS, graduation success and scoring the perfect job

Managing multiple sclerosis, Griffith University Alumnus Gavin Jackson persevered to achieve a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, which landed him the perfect job.
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Devil in the detail — What corporations aren’t disclosing about their C02 emissions

A new study finds most corporations don't report the full scope of their carbon footprint with many claiming to be ‘green’.
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Four years in a row! Griffith MBA ranks #1 overall in Corporate Knights

Griffith University’s Business School (GBS) ranked number one overall in the Top 40 Corporate Knights’ 2023 Better World MBA ranking.
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Researchers launch new “Defence Diplomacy in the Pacific” Tracker

Griffith Asia Institute, in partnership with Massey University, launched a “Defence Diplomacy in the Pacific” tracker in Washington DC last week as a part of a larger research project entitled “Rules of Engagement: Defence Diplomacy in the Pacific islands region”. “We are developing this tracker to test our hypothesis that the use of defence diplomacy […]
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Griffith student AI chatbot may be the future of referenda

Griffith University students have developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) chat bot to help inform voters about the upcoming Voice to Parliament referendum, which could also be the future for electoral communications.
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Rock stars help accelerate rock art preservation and rural digital literacy project

Pearl Jam’s Vitalogy Foundation acknowledged the work of a Griffith multidisciplinary research team with a $60,000 grant to accelerate digital literacy for the children of Laura State School in Cape York Peninsula, remote far north Queensland.
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Change 2023 Conference – Empower, Enable, Enact 

Griffith University’s annual Change Conference is back and fast becoming a signature event as an instrument for making change happen.
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Student Satisfaction on top at Griffith

Griffith University has scored the 2023 Online Universities Award in front of five major universities, showing student experience is a top priority at Griffith.
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