Empowering communities, preventing violence
The MATE Bystander Program aims to engage participants in discussions about abusive behaviour and the ways we create a culture that nurtures gender inequality.
The Program is designed to teach community members how to recognise abuse and have the confidence to speak out and offer help.
November 10, 2017
Griffith academic receives prestigious award for fight against child trafficking
Child rights lawyer and Griffith Law School academic Kate van Doore has been recognised at this year’s prestigious Anti-Slavery Australia Freedom Awards after more than a year working to increase awareness around the insidious problem of child trafficking through orphanages in developing countries.
November 07, 2017
Lecture looks forward in post-Fitzgerald state
One of the nation’s most distinguished legal minds has called on the public not to be seduced and taken in by the growing push to destabilise the judicial process by campaigning against the courts. This was one of many points touched on by the Honourable Margaret McMurdo who delivered the 2017...
Sisters aim for law reform to fight domestic violence
A passion for protecting Australian women from the perils of domestic violence is the aim for Gold Coast sisters and Griffith University students, Gina Masterton and Rebecca Masterton.
Early Career Research Award for criminology academic
Researching Queensland's policing procedures has proved arresting for Griffith's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice lecturer Dr Elise Sargeant.