Academic Freedom

Academic freedom is a moral and legal concept expressing the conviction that the freedom of inquiry by faculty members is essential to the mission of the academy as well as the principles of academia, and that scholars should have freedom to teach or communicate ideas or facts (including those that are inconvenient to external political groups or to authorities) without being targeted for repression, job loss, or imprisonment. While the core of academic freedom covers scholars acting in an academic capacity - as teachers or researchers expressing strictly scholarly viewpoints -, an expansive interpretation extends these occupational safeguards to scholars' …

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EUA · 14 September 2022 English

The contribution of higher education institutions Skills for the digital transformation are part and parcel of higher education institutions’ research and education mission. [...] Recognise and support the role of …

inclusion, solidarity, freedom of expression and academic freedom. In higher education, digital skills are to


EESC · 8 September 2022 English

14 | Fundamental rights and the rule of law – National developments from a civil society perspective, 2020-2021 Disinformation, influence, and self-censorship The rise of disinformation and, more generally, the …

subjects in a number of areas. For example, academic freedom was affected by some students’ reactions that


JIIA · 26 August 2022 English

In the paper, Ramseyer argued: 1) That the relationship between the owner of a “comfort station” and a “comfort woman” was a contractual relationship, no different from the relationship between …

University has defended Ramseyer on grounds of academic freedom, and Ramseyer’s paper remains accessible online University has defended Ramseyer on grounds of academic freedom, and Ramseyer’s paper remains accessible online defended Ramseyer and his paper in the name of academic freedom, and International Review of Law and Economics


JIIA · 26 August 2022 English

3 Japan Review Vol.4 No.2 Winter 2021 The Senkaku Islands Were No Man’s Land The governments of China and Taiwan began to show interest in the Senkaku Islands because the …

University has defended Ramseyer on grounds of academic freedom, and Ramseyer’s paper remains accessible online University has defended Ramseyer on grounds of academic freedom, and Ramseyer’s paper remains accessible online defended Ramseyer and his paper in the name of academic freedom, and International Review of Law and Economics


The South Centre · 18 August 2022

The Human Right to Science: From Fragmentation to Comprehensive Implementation? 3 THE NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK OF THE RIGHT TO SCIENCE Enshrined in Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights …

touching upon matters of funding, policy or academic freedom and access to knowledge, contemporary science-society and private institutions. It also qualifies academic freedom and scientific freedom, which includes autonomy rights standards and principles…[which] include academic freedom and protection of the rights of scientists


AEI · 16 August 2022

This week marks 20 years since Chris DeMuth brought me to AEI to launch an education policy program. After earning a doctorate at Harvard and spending five years on the …


RISE · 6 August 2022 English

The first is a historical account of the evolution of education policy and its implementation in Indonesia during the New Order and post-New Order periods and the way in which …

imposition of restrictions on press freedom and academic freedom (Lubis 1993; Hill 1994); and (iv) efforts educational institutions and the principle of academic freedom. On the other hand, the economic crisis dramatically


Fondazione per la Sussidiarietà · 5 August 2022 English

Altbach e Hans de Wit1 Education The global challenges we are currently experiencing, mainly due to the phenome- na of pandemic and war in the heart of Europe, directly impact …

movements, bans on immigration, attacks on academic freedom, antiglo- balist protests, the geopolitical accelerate patterns of mobility, autonomy and academic freedom, pri- vatization and commercialization, as Western world and the world wide attacks on academic freedom, are creating a new Cold War but under even


JIIA · 28 July 2022 English

In the paper, Ramseyer argued: 1) That the relationship between the owner of a “comfort station” and a “comfort woman” was a contractual relationship, no different from the relationship between …

University has defended Ramseyer on grounds of academic freedom, and Ramseyer’s paper remains accessible online University has defended Ramseyer on grounds of academic freedom, and Ramseyer’s paper remains accessible online defended Ramseyer and his paper in the name of academic freedom, and International Review of Law and Economics


Autonomy · 14 July 2022 English

Autonomy A Basic Income for Cornwall 29 A BASIC INCOME FOR CORNWALL Autonomy A Basic Income for Cornwall 30 A BASIC INCOME FOR CORNWALL WHAT IS A BASIC INCOME? A …

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