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Griffith represented at ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum in Jakarta

20 Nov 2019

GBS student Joshua Saunders and alumna Elise Giles will head to the ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum in Jakarta later this month.

How to Address Contemporary Genocide: Atrocities Against the Rohingya and Yazidi

15 Nov 2019

*Trigger Warning* This post contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors.  Support is available on...

Griffith hosts discussion on future of international criminal law

30 Oct 2019

An Australian international criminal lawyer spoke of the horrific experiences of victims and survivors of ongoing genocides in countries throughout...

Australia is OECD’S “laggard” in supporting the uptake of Electric Vehicles

15 Oct 2019

By Dr Anna Mortimore Griffith Business School The Australian Government’s annual emission report for the year to December 2018, showed transport...

When Sharing Your Virus is a Good Thing: The Flawed International Agreement Governing Influenza...

11 Oct 2019

By Michelle Rourke Griffith Law School Return readers of the LFC blog will already be aware that the international legal regimes for accessing...

Leaders not laggards: Australians need to minimise climate risks.

30 Sep 2019

By Professor Poh-Ling Tan Griffith Law School Friday 20 September’s rallies across the world call for climate action, but some Australians are still...

‘One Ocean’ Symposium for United Nations Treaty Negotiations

10 Sep 2019

By Fran Humphries Law Futures Centre More than 60% of the world’s ocean biodiversity is legally unprotected. These are the areas beyond national...

The threats and promises of multidimensional legitimacy

09 Sep 2019

By Dr Hugh Breakey Senior Research Fellow Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law, Griffith Law School ‘Multidimensional legitimacy’ is the idea...

Rendering criminal trials in visual art

05 Sep 2019

Queensland College of Art’s Dr Julie Fragar is taking a fine art lens to criminal justice with her work Next Witness.

Strengthening the Character Visa Cancellation Power – Overkill?

04 Sep 2019

By Emma Robinson Griffith Law School Visa cancellation on character grounds regularly makes the headlines and has done so for many years. Section 501...

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