Last month, mining giant Rio Tinto destroyed caves in the Juukan Gorge in Western Australia while blasting in the area as part of its mining operations. The caves contained archaeological treasures evidencing human occupation spanning some 46,000 years. As such, they represent globally significant sites far older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Egypt. But […]
Two of just three Australian students chosen to present at the World Congress of Undergrad Research were from Griffith.
With NAIDOC week upon us, three of Griffith’s most prominent indigenous students share their personal stories.
A passion for working in complex trauma populations is behind the success of Griffith Bachelor of Psychology graduate Rebecca Simpson, following her completion of the 2017 Aurora Indigenous Scholars International Study Tour.
Closing the gap in health outcomes between Australia’s First Peoples and other Australians is the aim of the Griffith Health First Peoples Health Plan 2016-2022.
Ryan James looking ahead to life after footy.
New research shows an average of 32 former prisoners die each year within 28 days of being released from prison, prompting calls for Australia to urgently adopt a national monitoring system of people after they are released.