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The Future of Ecological Governance and Regulation in Northern Australia Conference
24 Nov

The Future of Ecological Governance and Regulation in Northern Australia Conference

The major aim of this Conference is to bring together all interested stakeholders-industry, government, Indigenous organisations, the legal profession, non-governmental organisations and the academe-to consider the legal and policy framework for Northern Australia's ecological future.

Please register at http://events.griffith.edu.au/d/htq7lr/4W
UCC Program Seminar - Topic 18: Heart, Mind and Body
24 Nov

UCC Program Seminar - Topic 18: Heart, Mind and Body

Understanding Chronic Conditions Program Seminar with Dr Max Berry and Dr Deanne Skelly
These presentations discuss the 'optimal' care pathways for pregnant women at risk of delivering their baby at extremes of gestational age and the importance of leptin in fetal growth and development.
Women & Sport Symposium: Transformation, equality and leadership
28 Nov

Women & Sport Symposium: Transformation, equality and leadership

Tues 28 Nov, Gold Coast campus, G42, Level 4
The day will cover four themes, i) Media, ii) Governance & Leadership, iii) Mega & Major Sport Events, and iv) Grassroots Participation. Panelists are experts in their area, working specifically in the field of women and sport, or they are industry representatives with experiences to share
Women & Sport Symposium: Transformation, equality and leadership
28 Nov

Women & Sport Symposium: Transformation, equality and leadership

Griffith University's Centre for Social and Cultural Research, together with the Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management are hosting an interactive symposium, bringing together leading academics with industry professionals to share ideas, innovate and network.

The day will cover four key themes, i) Media, ii) Governance and Leadership, iii) Mega and Major Sport Events, and iv) Grassroots Participation.
Cognitive and mental health of Aboriginal Australians - findings from the Koori Growing Old Well study
29 Nov

Cognitive and mental health of Aboriginal Australians - findings from the Koori Growing Old Well study

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Seminar with Professor Brian Draper
The number of older Aboriginal Australians is increasing rapidly. The Koori Growing Old Well Study aimed to determine the prevalence and associations of dementia in 5 NSW urban and regional sites.
Cognitive and mental health of Aboriginal Australians - findings from the Koori Growing Old Well study
29 Nov

Cognitive and mental health of Aboriginal Australians - findings from the Koori Growing Old Well study

Menzies Health Institute Queensland Seminar with Professor Brian Draper
The number of older Aboriginal Australians is increasing rapidly. The Koori Growing Old Well Study aimed to determine the prevalence and associations of dementia in 5 NSW urban and regional sites.
Griffith Asia Institute - Perspectives Asia Seminar: Archipelagoes of Amnesia: Empire, Environment, and Representation in the Marshall Islands - Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak
30 Nov

Griffith Asia Institute - Perspectives Asia Seminar: Archipelagoes of Amnesia: Empire, Environment, and Representation in the Marshall Islands - Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak

The Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University and the Australian Centre of Asia-Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery would like to invite you to the Perspectives : Asia Seminar: Presented by Dr Greg Dvorak.
The Right under EU Law to Object to Automated Decisions Based on Profiling - A Right for Australia?
30 Nov

The Right under EU Law to Object to Automated Decisions Based on Profiling - A Right for Australia?

The seminar outlines the contours of this right and assesses its utility and likely impact, particularly in an era when decision making is increasingly the result of computer algorithms fed by ‘Big Data' analytics. The seminar concludes with a discussion of whether the right ought to be replicated in Australian law.
Business as usual? Responding to the surge in nationalism and populism
01 Dec

Business as usual? Responding to the surge in nationalism and populism

Multinational enterprises exert enormous power in social, economic and political arenas. Indeed, some MNEs have revenues well exceeding the GDP of mid-sized countries. Yet even these firms are far from immune to world events.

Join Professor Sara McGaughey with eminent speakers from industry and academe to explore these and other questions over morning coffee and croissants.