Griffith awarded over $8 million in research funding

Arts Education Law
Four Griffith University researchers have been announced as 2018 Australian Research Council Future Fellows. The University has also been awarded funding for one 2018 ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hub. The projects form part of the $180.4 million worth of national funding announced today by Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham. Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor […]
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Prison stress adversely affects mother-child relationships

New research show one third of Australian women experience high parenting stress after close family imprisonment.
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Arts Education Law

Harm reduction policing key to safer communities

Police should be allowed to focus more on reducing crime and associated harms and less on law enforcement.
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Griffith ideal launching pad into top five emerging jobs

Griffith preparing students for fast-growth jobs with innovative technology degrees to address changing market trends
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Guardians key in reducing sexual offences against women

Guardians are instrumental in helping to prevent sexual offending against women a new Griffith University study has found.
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Book traces journey of recovery

A new book describes how men who have committed serious sexual offenses come to stop offending and end their ‘criminal career’.
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Why we should talk about this

ABC Brisbane Radio’s Loretta Ryan will host a discussion with community and university experts about the prevention of domestic and family violence on Tuesday, August 21, 2018. They will discuss the prevalence and impact of gendered violence in the community and how bystanders can play a role in recognising and preventing this behaviour. Vanessa Fowler […]
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Study aims to improve police/Muslim engagement

A new Griffith University Australian Research Council funded project will examine the engagement between police and Muslims to assist in terrorism prevention. Led by Professor Kristina Murphy from the Griffith Criminology Institute, the project aims to address a significant problem faced by police; that of encouraging Muslims to report terror threats. “Understanding how Muslims and […]
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AEL research shines in Three Minute Thesis Heats

Griffith Criminology Institute doctoral student Moses Amagnya took out first place in the Arts, Education and Law (AEL) heat of the annual Three Minute Thesis Competition held at Griffith’s South Bank campus yesterday. Moses was one of three finalists out of the eleven contestants who will now represent AEL at the university-wide final to be […]
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Alumni

Awards showcase outstanding Arts, Education and Law alumni

The 2018 Alumni Awards showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s Arts, Education and Law graduates. 
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Restorative justice a step towards healing 

Restorative justice has its critics but US criminologist Professor Alissa Ackerman says it can be a powerful way to promote healing for both victims and perpetrators. 
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Griffith earns top marks on world stage

Griffith University has asserted its place as a global standout in the 2018 ShanghaiRanking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, earning noteworthy results for several of its courses.
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Study explores lives of women killed by partners

Most Australian women who become homicide victims are killed by current or former intimate partners and a new Griffith University study aims to find out why.
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Chris continues to master infamous time in Queensland history

Reflecting on the 30th anniversary of The Moonlight State and Fitzgerald Inquiry, one of Australia's best investigative journalists says it’s an apt time to celebrate what journalism can achieve
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Griffith criminologist appointed to Stockholm Prize Jury

Criminologist Professor Susanne Karstedt has been appointed as a new member of the jury of the Stockholm Prize in Criminology. The jury is the international body that selects and appoints prize recipients.
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Collaborative study aims to enhance child wellbeing in disadvantaged communities.

A new Australian Research Council Linkage Project led by Griffith University aims to improve child wellbeing in nine disadvantaged communities.
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Insight into investigative interviewing

Police interviews with criminals and witnesses may be the fodder of popular TV crime shows but forensic interviewing is a highly specialised area which can take years of practice to hone. Professor Martine Powell, Director of the Centre for Investigative Interviewing based at Griffith University’s Mt Gravatt campus and world-renowned child interviewer, says one of […]
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Early intervention key to beating poverty trap

Supporting families, early childhood education and school retention are the key factors in helping people beat the poverty cycle. Griffith University criminologist Professor Ross Homel AO will outline practical methods and tools to help schools and community agencies lift children and families out of intergenerational cycles of poverty and welfare dependence when he delivers the […]
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