Law Futures Centre

First Chance to Protect Most of the World’s Oceans

By Dr Fran Humphries Senior Research Fellow The United Nations (UN) has a golden opportunity to protect 64% of the world’s oceans that are the lifeblood of the planet. This ‘area beyond national jurisdiction’ (ABNJ) includes the high seas water column and living resources in the ocean floor below the water column. The ABNJ is […]
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Alumni

Indie film a labour of love

Griffith Film School alumnus Steve Jaggi will screen his directorial debut in Brisbane this weekend.
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Arts Education Law

Projects aim to reduce child exploitation material

Projects to help police in the fight against child exploitation.
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Arts Education Law

The Water Story illuminates looming water crisis in Mumbai

Sharing water-related stories with a global focus.
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Academic Administration

Artwork takes viewers on a sonic adventure

Music and design faculty from Griffith's South Bank campus have created a stunning sonic sculpture as part of the inaugural Curiocity festival.
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Law Futures Centre

Atrocity Crimes & Enabler Responsibility

By Mr Shahram Dana Senior lecturer, Griffith Law School International Criminal Law (ICL) practitioners and scholars have observed that individuals convicted of atrocity crimes of similar gravity are sentenced to punishments of vastly different severity. This raises questions whether “gravity” is indeed the primary consideration and differential factor in determining the quantum of punishment for atrocity […]
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Arts Education Law

Homicide Research Unit to help communities

Mitigating the impact of homicide on communities.
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Arts Education Law

In the swing with jazz legends

Jazz students at the Queensland Conservatorium got the chance to play alongside some of their idols, participating in a masterclass with top flight musicians from New York's Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra.
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Arts Education Law

Art as activism

Queensland College of Art students have won international acclaim with a new exhibition that tackles some of the most pressing issues of the 21st century.
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Alumni

Griffith alumnus named Gold Coast Woman of the Year

Griffith creative arts alumnus Louise Bezzina has been named Gold Coast Woman of the Year.
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Alumni

Griffith industry partner wins national performing arts award

Bleach* Festival, founded by Griffith alumnus Louise Bezzina, has received a $90,000 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Award.
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Alumni

Film school delegation in the spotlight at SXSW Festival

Griffith film students, faculty and alumni will be in the spotlight at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festival in Austin, Texas this week.
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Arts Education Law

New Colombo Plan opens doors to international arbitration career 

New Colombo Plan scholar has international arbitration in his sights.
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Alumni

Musical theatre graduates in the spotlight

Griffith musical theatre graduates are starring in some of the biggest new shows to hit Australia, creating serious industry buzz with a series of stellar performances.
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Alumni

Screen legends provide a platform for young filmmakers

Oscar-winning film producer Lord David Puttnam and the late, great ABC cameraman John Bean are the driving force behind two scholarships for aspiring filmmakers at Griffith.
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Arts Education Law

World-champion engages students in learning by skipping

Bardon State School Year three teacher and Jake Eve chose Griffith because of its strong reputation in education. “I chose Griffith because I heard it was a great university for education degrees,’’ the world champion skipper says. Jake, who won the 2018 World Skipping Championships in Shanghai, has been skipping competitively since he was  nine-years-old.  […]
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Law Futures Centre

Reducing the gap between the promises and outcomes of UN deployment

By Charuka Ekanayake PhD candidate, Griffith Law School UN Peace Support Operations (PSO)1 have evolved in numerous directions to various degrees. The majority of these transitions have been reactive, being responses to failures such as Rwanda 2 and Srebrenica 3. While much has undeniably been achieved – the frequency with which conflict evolves continues to pose novel […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith earns top-50 result for multiple subjects in 2019 QS World University Rankings

The University scored in 32 subject areas ranked by the organisation, up four from 2018.
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