Over the past decade, the plight of the Rohingyas has attracted increase attention, mainly from Muslim countries and multilateral organisations such as the UNHCR. Yet, the issue is still little known and poorly understood. Accurate and objective analyses tend to be drowned out by passionate interventions from activists and others, amplified by the internet. Dr Andrew Selth discusses the situation further in his article with The Interpreter published on October 8th.
Arts Education Law
Seafood, marine renewable energy and offshore marine engineering experts unite for Blue Economy Coorperative Research Centre.
Department of Marketing
The world’s single largest election day will take place next month, as Indonesians head to the polls. With more than 190 million eligible voters, 800,000 polling stations, 300,000 candidates and 20,000 seats, the numbers are mind-boggling. Nearly as confounding as the politics. To help navigate election complexity, pivotal think-tank Griffith Asia Institute, and key business […]
Centre for Environment and Population Health
The two-day event was part of the Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Program on Sustainable Development and Climate Change (CAIPSDCC).
Griffith Asia Institute
Inaugural ‘Witoelar Dialogue’ to deepen regional cooperation on climate change and sustainable development
The dialogue is part of a wider Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Program on Sustainable Development and Climate Change led by Griffith University.