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Human rights lawyer contributes to the winning Women’s World Cup bid
30 Jul 2020
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 bid was assisted by an unassuming Griffith University human rights...
Class of 2020 graduating with a difference
22 Jul 2020
Graduating Griffith students are celebrating their academic milestone virtually this year as...
The US does not need a wannabe Lincoln or Churchill, it needs a Leo Amery
19 Jun 2020
Trump likes to see himself as a wartime president like Churchill or Lincoln. The Brits flattered...
Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence
16 Jun 2020
My new book, Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence, published by Palgrave Macmillan in...
A Cultural Heritage Stitch Up in WA
15 Jun 2020
Last month, mining giant Rio Tinto destroyed caves in the Juukan Gorge in Western Australia while...
‘Community’ and the Cashless Debit Card in the Hinkler Region
02 Jun 2020
On 29 January 2019 the Federal Government commenced a trial of the Cashless Debit Card (CDC) in the...