Griffith has a proud history of working with Elders, developing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community engagement strategies and partnerships for community empowerment.
Social action research underpins many of the initiatives, which brings all parties together to promote a shared sense of responsibility for the program and its success.
Some of our Indigenous community engagement projects and collaborative pathway initiatives include:
- Footprints in Film
- Doomadgee Community Rejuvenation Project
- Brisbane MURRI Court
- COOEE Indigenous Elders and Family Resource Centre
- MURRI Makeovers.
Deed of Arrangement with the Kombumerri People
Griffith continues to uphold the Deed of Arrangement between the university and the Kombumerri people, the traditional custodians of campus land.
Memoranda of Understanding
Linkages have been created through Memoranda of Understanding between Indigenous elements at Griffith University and institutions including: