Promoting cross-border collaboration and engagement

The Griffith Asia Institute has strong partnerships and affiliations with think tanks, government and industry professionals.

Our global collaboration is part of Griffith University’s strategic commitment to enhancing our ties with the Asia–Pacific region and to consolidate our reputation as one of Australia’s most Asia-engaged universities.

In addition to our wide-reaching partnerships, GAI coordinates large-scale outreach events, including international dialogues and public seminars.

Perspectives: Asia

Our program of public seminars hosted by GAI and the Queensland Art Gallery’s Australian Centre of Asia Pacific Art promotes cultural awareness and understanding.

Pacific Hub

Led by Dr Tess Newton Cain, Adjunct Associate Professor, the Pacific Hub adds to the established profile of the Institute by providing a suite of activities. including research, events, commentary, and professional services, focused on the Pacific islands region.

CAIPSDCC

Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Program for Sustainable Development and Climate Change

The Program facilitates high level bilateral dialogues, multidisciplinary research collaborations, higher degree research support and student mobility opportunities.

Asia Future Fellows Program

Our Asia Future Fellows Program is a global mobility initiative that promotes educational and cultural understanding between Australia and China.

State of the Neighbourhood

The annual State of the Neighbourhood report places emphasis on Australia’s near neighbourhood of South East Asia and the South Pacific.

International dialogues

We continue to hold high-profile dialogue events in partnership with government, university and industry representatives across the Asia–Pacific region. Our partner countries include:

Connect and collaborate

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