Griffith University stands firm in its commitment to reduce harm and build a better future for all with several key initiatives aimed at preventing violence and facilitating peaceful, just, and equitable communities.
Griffith University’s MATE Bystander program and QMusic are partnering on a new initiative to create a better culture around consent.
Griffith University’s MATE Bystander Program is highly effective in empowering people to actively contribute to eliminating violence and coercive control, an evaluation by the Australian Council for Educational Research has found.
Griffith University has entered a new three-year partnership with Queensland Ballet.
Griffith University’s MATE program has developed a world-leading smartphone app designed to help prevent domestic and family violence.
Crusaders in the fight against domestic violence shared some uncomfortable truths in a recent online Change event, hosted by Social Marketing @ Griffith.
Professor Patrick O'Leary has been appointed to the Women's Safety and Justice Taskforce.