Professor Dianne Otto discusses People's Tribunals and what they offer to victims of sexual violence in conflicts.
Three Griffith University students are heading to Cambodia in January to document the work of UNICEF alongside the country's vibrant culture, through a series of personal photo essays.
Griffith Master of Pharmacy graduate, Rebecca Curran has won the 2013 Professor James Dare Queensland Pharmacy Graduate of the year award.
Studying the genetic variations that predispose individuals to breast cancer has been the fuel for study for Honours student Julian Fang from Arundel.
Griffith Asia Institute
PhD student Sothy Khieng has recently published an article entitled ‘Funding Mobilization Strategies of Nongovernmental Organizations in Cambodia’. The objectives of this paper are to map strategies for resource mobilization of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in different sectors in heavily aid-dependent Cambodia and analyse the past and future trends of each of the evolving strategies. The […]
Systematic corruption in Cambodia is conspicuous, even at election time, says Griffith University researcher, Lee Morgenbesser, who spent two weeks in and around the capital Phnom Penh in July. “The corruption was toned down in the lead up to the election but it was clear to see if you looked hard enough” he said. “The […]