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12 December 2023
Australian money

The floating Australian dollar

The 40th anniversary of the floating of the Australian dollar on December 12, 2023, marks a pivotal moment in Australia's economic history. Transitioning from a pegged to a flexible exchange rate in 1983, the journey showcases Australia's economic adaptability, facilitated by a floating exchange rate system, poised to guide the nation towards sustained growth and stability on the global stage.

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14 November 2019
Jessica McDonald Griffith University United Nations

Griffith Business School Student Speaks at United Nations Human Rights Council  

Government and International Relations student Jessica McDonald visited Geneva and addressed the UN thanks to a grant from Griffith University.

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24 October 2019

Press freedom essential for safeguarding our democracy

Professor AJ Brown is presenting the annual Henry Parkes Oration in Tenterfield. His timely speech looks at the alarming concerns surrounding the lack of protection for journalists and whistleblowers during a period when democracy is seen to be diminishing

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6 July 2018

Retreating from the Human Rights Council is not the Answer

By Donald K. Anton Director, Law Futures Centre, Griffith University Professor of International Law, Griffith Law School The United States...

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6 December 2016
Anna James.

Journalism student wins Press Council award

Griffith University journalism student Anna James has been awarded the 2016 Australian Press Council Journalism Student of the Year.

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28 July 2016

The 15th International Conference of Australian Studies in China

From 8—10 July 2016, the 15th International Conference of Australian Studies in China was held at Peking University in Beijing....

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6 April 2016
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12 June 2014

The Australian economy: union influence over thirty years

Leading industrial relations scholar, Emeritus Professor Russell Lansbury of the University of Sydney, shared findings from his co-authored paper (with...

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22 October 2012

Australia’s chance to make lasting impression

Australia has an opportunity to make “an indelible mark” during its two-year term on the United Nations Security Council. That’s...

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10 May 2016
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