Griffith University's Disrupting Violence Beacon will look at violence across interpersonal, family, community, state and global levels.
Children are involved in technology-facilitated abuse in 27 per cent of domestic violence cases, a new report commissioned by eSafety and co-authored by Griffith University researchers reveals.
Griffith University researchers have been awarded more than $2 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding in the the ARC Discovery Indigenous and ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award schemes announced by the Federal Minister for Education Dan Tehan MP this week. Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans said the awards demonstrated the impact […]
Queensland's alcohol legislation needs revision for it to be more effective according to a new study.
Projects to help police in the fight against child exploitation.
False rape allegations do not have a bearing on wrongful convictions a new study from Griffith University has found. Lead author Dr Katie Hail-Jares from the Griffith Criminology Institute with colleagues from American University in Washington DC, have concluded that false rape allegations reduce the odds of a wrongful conviction by nearly 10 times. In […]
New research show one third of Australian women experience high parenting stress after close family imprisonment.