Griffith photography students recently travelled to Nepal for a three-week study tour, using their work to reveal the untold stories of this tiny Himalayan nation. The tour featured a five-day festival of masterclasses and workshops, followed by an intensive 12-day storytelling project which gave students the opportunity to work in the local community with a team of international mentors.
How to protect children from unnecessary adoption writes Griffith Law School lecturer Kate Van Doore.
Kate van Doore, Griffith University Following the earthquake in 2010, Westerners flocked to Haiti to “rescue” orphaned and lost children. The “rescue” included the evacuation of children by plane for inter-country adoption and an increase in the number of children placed in orphanages in the following months. The problem that has since emerged is that […]
Griffith alumnus, Dr Hum Gurung has received the Australian Alumni Award for Community Service at the Australian Alumni Excellence Awards in Kathmandu.
Griffith Bachelor of Science student Tempe Parnell reflects on her life changing field trip to Nepal last year to study 'Conservation In Practice'.
Griffith University conservation students are heading to Nepal for the opportunity to study tigers in their natural environment.
Environmental engineering student Jane Nichols is helping make a difference to the quality of life of small communities in Nepal.