Four fundamental principles for upholding freedom of speech on campus


It goes without saying – or at least it ought to – that freedom of speech should be a core value of universities.

  • Adrienne Stone
  • The Conversation

As a scholar of freedom of speech and a university academic, it has been gratifying to see so many Vice Chancellors (and a former Chief Justice of the High Court) take it so seriously.

MelUn 1aThis attention to freedom of speech is a response to recent controversies about on campus. Bettina Arndt’s campus tour met with rowdy and obstructive demonstrations.

Students have accused each other of bullying and censorship.

And last year, La Trobe University academic Roz…

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