Our Partners

Our researchers partner with a broad range of organisations in the public, private and not for profit sectors - locally and globally - to deliver research outcomes that create change. 
Our research partnerships inform the development of public policy, improve student learning and wellbeing, generate new understanding about cultures and languages, and enhance commercial and public programs and services. 
By partnering with us, your research will benefit from the expertise of our world-class researchers, who are skilled in translating research outcomes into real-world impacts. 

In the past 18 months, our researchers have collaborated with, and have received funding from:

  • International organisations, such as: the World Bank; the UK Policing College and the London Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime; the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations; World Vision; International Mining for Development Centre and The Academy of Korean Studies.
  • International philanthropic foundations, including: the Spencer Foundation; The Leakey Foundation; The Sasakawa Memorial Health Foundation; The Christensen Fund; the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, and; The Ian Potter Foundation.
  • Australian government departments (including the Australian Government Departments of: Foreign Affairs and Trade; Industry and Science; Social Services; Human Services; and Education and Training) and agencies (including the National Productivity Commission and the Australian Bureau of Statistics).
  • Australian not-for-profit organisations, including: the National Library of Australia; the Australian Youth Orchestra and MusicaViva.
  • Queensland Government Departments (including the Departments of: Education and Training; Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services; Premier and Cabinet; Health; Housing and Public Works; Tourism and; Science, Information Technology and Innovation, and the Queensland Police Service) and agencies (including the Electoral Commission of Queensland);
  • Other State government departments and State-based organisations, including: the Queensland Museum Network; the NSW Teachers’ Federation, and; the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research; and
  • Organisations closer to home, including: Wesley Mission Brisbane; the Brisbane Housing Company; Burke Shire Council; several regional Aboriginal land councils, and the Brisbane Catholic Education Office.

Contact us

Contact our Research Partnerships Manager to discuss partnering with researchers in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.