Investigating issues of equity, diversity and gender in employment relating to legislative, social and economic concerns
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 10 aims to reduce income inequalities in and between countries.
Griffith’s cutting-edge research helps to create safe, well-governed and equitable societies.
Sustainable Development Goals Explained
Griffith University has audited all undergraduate teaching programs, identifying key word matches against each SDG. Our top degrees for this SDG are:
- Bachelor of Arts (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Arts (Nathan Campus)
- Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Gold Coast Campus)
- Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (Nathan Campus)
- Bachelor of Human Services/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Business
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- Bachelor of Social Science
- Bachelor of Social Work (Logan Campus)
- Bachelor of Social Work (Gold Coast Campus)
Our research experts are concerned with issues related to gender, ethnicity and diversity at work, as well as related national and international policies.
Research Centres and Institutes
The undiscovered value of Indigenous workers
Despite well-intentioned engagement programs, some Australian businesses are underestimating the value of human capital within the Indigenous workforce, according to Griffith University PhD candidate Lorraine Tulele.
Why slow progress on female workforce participation?
The Australian delegate to the W20 Summit, Associate Professor Susan Harris-Rimmer, presented the final communique to Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on 27 April 2017. The W20 is the official G20 dialogue with NGOs, female entrepreneur associations and scientists pushing forward women’s economic development.