Events for 28 November, 2018

#Be someone who does something - the role of the bystander in preventing violence

#Be someone who does something - the role of the bystander in preventing violence

*Trigger Warning*
This event contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors. Support is available on campus or through 1800RESPECT.

Join us for a comprehensive discussion about the role of the bystander in preventing violence. We will celebrate, educate and ruminate on the momentum the bystander movement is enjoying.
CreateWorld: Creativity in Progress

CreateWorld: Creativity in Progress

Professor Massimo Banzi will speak on his specialty areas of innovation, hardware, open source, internet of things and all things Arduino. He is the co-founder of the Arduino project, an Interaction Designer, Educator and Open Source Hardware advocate. He has worked as a consultant for clients such as: Prada, Artemide, Persol, Whirlpool, V&A Museum and Adidas.
Griffith Asia Institute 2018 Asia Lecture: Leadership and regionalism in South East Asia

Griffith Asia Institute 2018 Asia Lecture: Leadership and regionalism in South East Asia

Join us as Dr Natalegawa shares his insights on the challenges and prospects for leadership in our region, including within ASEAN.

Dr Raden Mohammad Marty Muliana Natalegawa (Dr Natalegawa) served as the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Indonesia from 2009-2014 and currently serves as a member of the United Nations Secretary-General's High-Level Advisory Board on Mediation.

He is the author of a book titled Does ASEAN Matter? A View From Within.
Skin Deep, Zuzana Kovar and Nicholas Skepper

Skin Deep, Zuzana Kovar and Nicholas Skepper

Skin Deep, Zuzana Kovar & Nicholas Skepper
Rivers of Gold

Rivers of Gold

Rivers of Gold is an International Print Portfolio and Exchange 2017-2020: An Art- Science Collaborative Project.
Women and Sport II: Making space for women in sport

Women and Sport II: Making space for women in sport

We are pleased to invite you to the Women and Sport II: "Making space" for women in sport 2018, presented by the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research and Griffith Business School Department for Tourism, Hotel and Sport Management
 Shifting the Posts

Shifting the Posts

Shifting the Posts is an exhibition that brings together a selection of visual artists whose emergance coincided with the advent of post-digitalism and Griffith University researchers who are engaged with expanding this germane field of practic
Gold Coast Sustainability Forum

Gold Coast Sustainability Forum

Innovations in sustainable practice are fundamental in addressing local and global sustainability challenges. Shifting the business as usual approach towards more sustainable modes of work and living takes creativity, courage, persistence and partnerships. Join us at the Griffith Business School to hear from leading organisations about their latest sustainability initiatives.
No Bodies Perfekt: David Sargent

No Bodies Perfekt: David Sargent

No Bodies Perfekt features selected outcomes of David Sargent's Doctor of Visual Arts research project.