Our team

Project Safe Space is staffed by journalism students studying in the Griffith University Bachelor of Journalism, Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Public Relations and Communication. Project Safe Space is coordinated and supervised by television and radio lecturer Faith Valencia, with additional supervision from Dr Kasun Ubayasiri and Associate Professor Susan Forde. Law students from the Griffith Law School are engaged with Project Safe Space through a special elective course in domestic violence law.

Watch this space for perspectives from our students on their experiences as Project Safe Space unfolds.

LATEST STORIES

There is always sector specific language; terms we hear in the course of doing our stuff, which we understand. But the conversation on the...

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