For biodiversity to thrive, conservation efforts must be ‘Nature and People Positive’, a recent study has found.
Griffith research has been at the forefront of the development and establishment of Australia's long-awaited National Anti-Corruption Commission
Associate Professor Peter Hedegus has been selected to premier his film, Sorella’s Story to the world at the prestigious Venice International Film Festival in August. The film explores the story behind a single atrocity photography of a group of women and 11-year-old Sorella, during the Holocaust. Shot in 360° and viewed through a Virtual […]
Griffith has been ranked in the global Top 100 (92) of universities globally in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022.
QCA graduate Sky Parra has won the inaugural BMG Legal Art Prize, which raises awareness of wrongful convictions in Australia.
A new international index ranking shows Australians are rapidly losing faith and trust in the nation's public institutions, sparking calls for a federal integrity commission.
Griffith University's Disrupting Violence Beacon will look at violence across interpersonal, family, community, state and global levels.