A pair of Griffith alumni are showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art by creating an eye-catching public art trail through Ipswich’s city centre.
Our First Peoples Health Unit turns five on Tuesday 25 August, and Director, Professor Roianne West, says while the unit has come a long way, there’s much more to do.
It's the first time flag raising ceremonies have been held at Nathan, Mt Gravatt, Gold Coast and Logan campuses to mark the start of NAIDOC Week.
New papers written and co-written by Griffith researcher Professor Paul Taçon highlight emerging challenges to conservation efforts.
Unravelling the past for the First People is key to a new partnership between Griffith University and the Mithaka People of South West Queensland. Mithaka People are the Native Title owners of 33,800 square kilometres in the Channel Country of southwest Queensland, as well as the last claimants to a further 22,000 square kilometres west […]
Griffith University celebrates key milestones.
Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution
Griffith University researchers have found evidence that shows Aboriginal people were the first to inhabit Australia, challenging previous views on the migration of the First Peoples.