As the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup draws a stadium-level spotlight on women’s sport, academics and sport management leaders will converge at Griffith University to acknowledge past progress and envision future change on and off the field. The symposium marks a celebration of the growing global momentum to propel women in all sports-related settings, whilst […]
Where there’s a will, there’s a way. For Dr Indigo Willing, that volition saw her take up skateboarding at age 41 and just recently, co-present at the International Stoke Sessions Conference on Surfing and Skateboarding in San Diego USA for which Tony Hawke was keynote. Bringing new ideas center-stage, Dr Willing, who is a Research […]
Its hoped a webinar bringing together academics, activists, professional athletes and sporting organisations will help drive change in the area of violence prevention.
AFL Women’s (AFLW) players are expected to be optimistic and grateful for their substandard work conditions and low pay new research shows.
A new study of young Finnish and Australian non-drinkers has uncovered new ways of social belonging.
Griffith will hold its second annual sexual violence awareness and prevention week — It’s On All Of Us — from April 1-5.
Griffith researcher Adele Pavlidis is researching women's AFL as part of a project on the long-term sustainability of women's sport at the grassroots and professional levels.