Education program for Kazakhstan educators

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The International Business Development Unit (IBDU) had the pleasure of coordinating a group of 20 senior education professionals from Kazakhstan who participated in a 10-day course conducted by the School of Education and Professional Studies in early December, 2013. The delegates were regional directors and senior teacher trainers from the National Center for Professional Development […]

Semarang City Government: MOU Signing

Griffith International
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Semarang City Government: Prof Ian O’Connor, Vice Chancellor and President hosted a dinner event in honour of a senior Government delegation from Semarang, one of Indonesian’s most important cities, on Thursday 24 October 2013. Mr Adi Tri Hanango Semarang City Regional Secretary, representing the Mayor of Semarang, Mr Hendrar Prihadi, attended the dinner with more […]

Sharing good governance expertise with Mongolia

Griffith International
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Griffith University governance experts are helping to shape Mongolia’s young democracy. Fifteen Mongolian government officials and policy makers will return home this week with fresh ideas on developing robust democratic institutions, after participating in a series of workshops and discussions in Brisbane and Canberra.  They participated in the “Leadership, Change Management and Sustainable Governance Framework” […]

Qld a mine of information for Mongolians

Griffith Business School
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Resource-rich Mongolia has turned to Queensland for a lesson from the coalface in how the revenues and taxes of a mining boom should be managed. Griffith University welcomed delegates from Mongolia’s Ministry of Finance to its South Bank campus for a one-week course on finance management in the resources sector in December. “As a resource-rich […]

Mining Mongolia

Griffith Business School
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Griffith is an official stop on a tour of government officials seeking ideas and solutions for enhancing development outcomes from Mongolia’s extractive industries. The mining sector in Mongolia produces more than 20 percent of the nations GDP, 85% of its exports and makes a significant contribution to the national budget. Given the current expansion of […]

Students from four countries graduate as one for the benefit of world health

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Griffith University celebrates its fourth graduation for AusAID funded Public Health leadership fellows, and its first Asian Development Bank sponsored Vietnamese students, in their completion of the Master of Science in Public Health (International), on 28 June 2010, at the Southbank campus. The graduates completed a dissertation or a small scale public health project addressing […]

Griffith Welcomes 18 New AusAID Students

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Griffith University has recently welcomed 18 new students sponsored by the Australian government’s AusAID scholarship program. These scholarships are awarded to outstanding individuals from developing countries who, on completion of their degrees, return home to help develop their home countries. This semester, our AusAID students came from 12 different countries ranging from Malawi to Indonesia, […]