Study finds Muslims keen to integrate

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Most Muslims feel part of Australian society a new Griffith University study has found. Published in the latest issue of the Journal of Sociology, the study challenges popular assumptions that Muslims are opposed to integration and reject Western values, says lead researcher Dr Halim Rane (pictured). “We surveyed 428 Muslims in Queensland to identify their […]

Griffith University to visit Copenhagen, Denmark – 31st March

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Griffith University will visit the Kilroy Education office in Copenhagen, Denmark on Thursday 31st March Chanelle Baker – Regional Director, Europe will be visiting Denmark and would like to extend an invitation for you to attend the following event in Copenhagen. For those of you who are interested in finding out more about any study […]

Griffith University visit to Norway 29 & 30th March 2011

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Griffith would like to extend an invitation for you to meet Chanelle and Kilroy Education as follows: Oslo Date: Tues 29th March Time: 17.00-19.00 Venue: Chillout Address:  Markveien 55, Grünerløkka Bergen Date: Wednesday 30th March Time: 17.00 – 19.00: Venue: Ricks stuene Address: Ole Bulls Plass/Veiten 3   For more details or to book an […]

Griffith University to visit Tampere & Helsinki, Finland 23-24 March

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You will have the opportunity to meet Chanelle in Tampere and Helsinki as follows: Seminar in TAMPERE Date: Wednesday 23rd March Time: 17:30 – 19:00 Venue: Tampere public library Metso, reading hall 2 (Tampereen Kaupungin pääkirjasto Metson lukusali 2)                                        HELSINKI – One to one interviews with Chanelle Date: Thursday 24th March Commencing: 13:00 (and […]

Griffith joins with local businesses to boost skills

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Griffith University has today celebrated the official launch of a Work Integrated Learning partnership with the Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ). Student work placements can provide a valuable skills resource to business and this project has made it easy for employers to access a pool of talent from throughout the University, according to […]

US expert says crime and punishment can be reduced

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US criminologist Professor Daniel Nagin will argue it is possible to reduce crime and punishment at a free public lecture at Griffith University on Thursday, March 17. Professor Nagin says crime, prison costs, and imprisonment numbers can be reduced if policy-makers move from a reliance on severity-based policies to a more effective use of police […]