Griffith Law School academics welcome Qld’s Human Rights Act

Law Futures Centre
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Griffith Law School academics welcome Queensland’s Human Rights Act Bill and are available for comment  Associate Professor Sue Harris-Rimmer, Australian Research Council Future Fellow says: “This is an important bill for Queensland, especially remote and regional Queensland. This bill will focus on equity for all Queenslanders in access to government services.” Professor Penelope Mathew is a […]

Humanities graduates have an edge in knowledge economy

Arts Education Law
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Humanities graduates possess a unique set of transferable skills, are capable of working across disciplines and adept at finding solutions to complex problems. “A humanities degree has two great values. First, it gives students a deeper understanding of society, culture and people and develops the skills needed to thrive in an ever-changing global environment,’’ says […]