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The UN is conducting a study of freedom of expression on campuses worldwide. FIRE was pleased to offer a comment in response to the call for submissions. Read more


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The Harvard Crimson released an in-depth piece detailing Harvard University’s relationship with China against the backdrop of the complicated U.S.-China relations. Read more


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Recent events suggest that the University of Queensland in Australia may be faltering in its handling of controversial student speech relating to China. Read more


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Academics and the University College Dublin in Ireland recently clashed over suggested revisions to UCD’s academic freedom policy. Read more


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NU-Q and its partner organization, the Qatar Foundation, have wildly different answers for why the university cancelled an indie rock band concert. Read more


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Northwestern University in Qatar announced the cancellation of an event featuring Lebanese indie rock band Mashrou’ Leila, whose lead singer is openly gay. Read more


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Yale’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences Senate pressed President Peter Salovey to respond to academic freedom violations at Yale's institution in Singapore. Read more


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Axios reported that University of Minnesota student Luo Daiqing was arrested in his hometown of Wuhan, China and sentenced to six months in prison. Read more


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The Chinese Communist Party is trying to constrain how people in the United States and other Western democracies talk about China. Read more


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Are American universities prepared for the free speech challenges posed by the often passionate student disagreement about Hong Kong? Read more



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