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News and information about the G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane in 2014 with expert analysis, research and commentary from Griffith University experts, leaders in the field.

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Women in leadership at the G20: round up

Forty-plus degree temperatures could not keep delegates—including Centre members Kate Shacklock, Georgina Murray, Elliroma Gardiner, and Higher Degrees Research (HDR) students Jessica Blomfield (pictured right), […]

Centre Manager December 9, 2014
25 per cent in 2025 – wrong call: quality not quantity gender work

The clarion call for feminists – male and female – from the G20 summit and the subsequent International Dialogue on Women in Leadership was the […]

Centre Manager December 8, 2014
G20′s Anti-Corruption Action Plan scrutinised

Are G20 leaders serious about corruption commitments, researcher asks.

Stephen O'Grady November 19, 2014
New leadership style needed for today’s world

The International Dialogue on Women in Leadership brought world leaders from government, business and academia to encourage women’s leadership in the global economy.

Deborah Marshall
G20 sharpens focus on emissions reductions

The G20 Summit has led to a heightened international focus on climate change and carbon-emissions reduction.

Contributed November 18, 2014
Climate change moves to G20 forefront

APCSE on the mark with climate change debate

Stephen O'Grady
How the G20 Summit will be remembered

Griffith experts consider what the summit achieved and how the Brisbane event will be recalled in the years to come.

Stephen O'Grady November 17, 2014