We need to talk about… academic freedom according to Eurydice article

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 6 July, 2021

The Rome Communiqué, adopted by European ministers of higher education in 2020 as part of the European Higher Education Area (Bologna) process, defines academic freedom as the “freedom of academic staff and students to engage in research, teaching, learning and communication in and with society without interference nor fear of reprisal.”

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