Richard Gallaher is a proud Indigenous Australian and is passionate about creating a brighter future for all. Richard is the first in his family to attend University, and seeking an education has empowered him to help pave the way for future generations, having witnessed the injustices of many communities. Currently in the final year of his Master of International […]
Fiona Wright took the plunge to commence University as a mature age student, in pursuit of a career to improve the public health and nutrition gap among Indigenous communities. Completing a Bachelor of Public Health Promotion and Graduate Diploma in Indigenous Health Promotion (2020), Fiona now works full time in Griffith’s First People’s Health Unit, supporting health students on their educational journey. “My study at Griffith set […]
Griffith University has encouraged staff, students and community to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2021 in their own way.
A new study from CQUniversity Australia and Griffith University shows clear public support for a constitutional First Nations Voice.
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.