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27 July 2021
Parliament House, Canberra

SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

SDG 16 aims to build strong and just institutions in support of peaceful and inclusive societies around the world by 2030. It promotes the rule of law, transparency, accountability, good governance, and ensuring equal access to justice and strengthening human rights.

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25 September 2019
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8 June 2017
From left: QPS Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski, Professor Paul Mazerolle - Griffith University Pro Vice Chancellor (Arts, Education & Law), QPS Commissioner Ian Stewart and Deputy Commissioner Peter Martin at the launch of the Social Analytics Lab at Mt Gravatt campus.

Million dollar data lab sheds light on Qld crime

Griffith University researchers are analysing more than one million Queensland crimes to forecast where future crime hotspots are likely to occur.

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18 September 2016
Professor Jason Sharman delivered the 2016 Distinguished Lecture.

Researcher exposes Australia’s billion-dollar corruption loophole

Griffith Business researcher Professor Jason Sharman delivered the 2016 Distinguished Lecture where he outlined Australia's poor record in dealing with foreign corruption in our own backyard.

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4 December 2012

Rate cut a must for ‘flat-lining’ economy

Today’s interest rate cut to a record low has been welcomed by Griffith University Professor of Economics, Tony Makin, who...

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12 April 2024
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13 March 2024

After Vegas

The National Rugby League's inaugural Las Vegas Round attracted over 40,000 fans and showcased rugby league to Americans. To capitalise, the NRL should focus on awareness, celebrity involvement, American ownership, and expanding the women's game says Griffith University's Dr Jason Doyle.

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30 October 2023

Glycomics Week festivities at the Institute for Glycomics

The first week of October brought with it a flurry of activity at Griffith University’s Institute for Glycomics as they...

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21 March 2023

Will new Gamble Responsibly taglines impact gambling behaviour?

Online betting companies in Australia now use new messages instead of the ambiguous 'gamble responsibly' in advertising. The seven new 'gamble responsibly' taglines aim to encourage consumers to pause and consider the consequences of losing a bet or question their behavioural choices. However, whether the messages will be effective in influencing behavioural choices is still debated writes Griffith University’s Dr Marie-Louise Fry.

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14 March 2023
Fast food

C.S.I. My Plate!

Poor diet has been shown to be one of the largest risks to health. But when it comes to changing eating patterns – are we too focussed on an individual M.O. (method of operation) and not enough on the M.M.O. (means, motive and opportunity) to eat well? asks Dr Julia Cairns.

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