R4Respect is very proud to be a major sponsor of the Griffith Logan Redbacks Rugby League Club

Last night the Redbacks wore their new jerseys for their first home game. Pro Vice Chancellor Lesley Chenoweth presented YFS CEO Cath Bartolo with her own jersey. Griffith University has a long and fruitful relationship with R4Respect sponsoring Andrew Taukolo (pictured) and Jerome Faraimo as  Youth Ambassadors for the R4Respect program. The Griffith Logan Redbacks […]

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Solar flood signs across Logan City warn drivers about dangerous conditions

Jimboomba Times, May 5, 2017 New solar-powered flood warning signs had been installed in Logan City roads before rain from ex-Tropical Cyclone Debbie started raising creek and river levels across the region. Manufactured locally using recycled electronic waste, the signs are a combined initiative of Logan City Council, Griffith University and YFS’ social enterprise Substation […]

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“Don’t Be a Bad Apple” – youth-generated animated clips to counter domestic violence

Great things can happen when young people are the agents of change, not simply the targets to be changed. The young people in R4Respect have teamed up with Griffith Film School to produce a series of animated clips titled “Don’t be a Bad Apple”, that challenge harmful behaviours in relationships. The animated clips, the latest […]

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Substation33 uses eWaste to build solar flood signs

Flooded road warning signs made from recycled electronic waste and powered by solar energy are the latest innovation from YFS’ social enterprise, Substation 33. In partnership with Logan City Council and Griffith University, Substation33 started working on the automated signage system last November and has now completed 11 out of the possible hundreds of crossings […]

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