The workshop will cover everything from the acceleration of nuclear proliferation region to increased acquisition of new weapons and beyond.
Andrew O’Neil, Professor of Political Science, says the time may be coming when the Trump administration re-examines US plans for striking North Korea.
WOW’s Dr Kaye Broadbent wants to shine a light on the employment conditions of those who are vulnerable and oppressed. Her research works towards affecting positive change by highlighting the ways in which people’s lives can be improved through equitable and just employment conditions. We caught up with Kaye to learn a little more about […]
The cycle of Japan’s employment relations (ER) practices was the topic of a Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing seminar on Tuesday, 11 August. Commencing with what was once seen to underpin this greatly envied and competitively positioned labour market, Associate Professor Katsuki Aoki (Meiji University, Japan) spoke of the three sacred Japanese ER and […]
The Griffith Asia Institute has been awarded funding by The Japan Foundation to host the 2015 Australia-Japan Dialogue as part of the Institute’s successful Asian Century Futures Initiative. The dialogue, to be held in Brisbane this December, will have the title ‘Policy Convergence and Divergence in Australia and Japan: Assessing Identity Shift within the Bi-Lateral […]
At the Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery, support from the powerful Global Health Innovative Technology Fund is helping Professor Vicky Avery and her research team in the fight against malaria
The International University of Health and Welfare (IUHW) visited Griffith University Gold Coast campus on Thursday 15 January 2015. With the opening of their new Narita City campus in 2015, the IUHW is interested in both sending, and receiving, students for short study tours of one to two weeks. The target cohort of students is […]