Griffith political experts foresee the upcoming election as pivotal on several fronts, not least because it is the first time in any Australian state or federal election there are two female candidates.
The social and economic performance of Queensland electorates has been indexed by a Griffith University researcher.
Businesses are being warned there will be no ‘back to normal’ following the COVID-19 pandemic and the idea of simply ‘bouncing back’ isn’t feasible.
“It is up to our nation’s leaders to start addressing these issues in new ways and really focusing on those that are being left behind,” co-author Professor Scott Baum says.
Political expert and Griffith University scholar Professor Anne Tiernan has been appointed to the board of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House
People under 35 have been largely overlooked during the Queensland state election campaign, according to a Griffith University expert on millennials and youth affairs. Jerath Head, a research assistant with Griffith’s Policy Innovation Hub and the assistant editor of the Griffith Review, says the key issues that matter to younger voters haven’t received due attention […]
Griffith Uni will look beyond the slogans to provide voters with the insights they need to be informed and active participants.