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8 September 2022

Change Conference is back with a bang

Behaviour experts will converge on Griffith University’s South Bank campus as the Change Conference makes its in-person comeback.

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23 September 2019

Are you a change maker? Social Marketing @ Griffith’s Change Conference returns

Griffith will bring together a community of change agents next month, when Change Conference returns for 2019.

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29 November 2018
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6 October 2023

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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28 October 2019
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13 September 2016
Impact Conference social enterprise Griffith University

Impact Conference seeks out students who want to change the world

The youth event saw students workshopping a socially responsible business idea and learning from the best.

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30 June 2016
Griffith University climate change expert Brendan Mackey will speak at the World Science Festival Brisbane.

Conference turns up temperature on climate change solutions

Griffith University will host a two-day Climate Change for Good Conference on the Gold Coast this weekend, with health and welfare, tourism, conservation and food security all on the agenda.

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28 June 2023
Pacific Islands

Why Australia needs to partner with the Pacific to fight climate change

Senator Penny Wong, Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs, has been actively engaging with Pacific Island countries to address climate change, which is seen as the greatest threat to the region. However, doubts remain about whether this engagement can be sustained and deepened to strengthen relationships. Australia's engagement in the Pacific needs to extend beyond climate and security issues and focus on understanding the region and fostering a genuine partnership.

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15 June 2023
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14 February 2023

Facilitating positive change in Queensland youth justice

Youth crime is on the rise in Queensland. Recent media stories demonstrate the high cost of youth crimes for victims - financially, through serious or permanent injury, or leaving loved ones to try and pick up the pieces after senseless and tragic deaths. Victims and the wider community are understandably outraged and demand the government hold offenders accountable and protect the community by making these behaviours less likely in the future. Dr Troy Allard looks at how offenders can be held to account and address the root cause of their behaviour.

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