A definition of academic freedom awaits approval by countries with widely differing approaches to liberty
For the past two years a small but diverse taskforce has been working on a European definition of academic freedom intended to meet the approval of nations running the spectrum geographically and politically from Norway to Hungary.
In March its work bore fruit in the form of a draft definition that runs to one and a half closely typed sides of A4.
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