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Academic freedom linked to working conditions, group asserts


European early career researcher group calls on governments to provide legal frameworks for fair conditions

Academic freedom requires reasonable working conditions for researchers and fair assessment of their work, a group representing early career researchers in Europe has asserted.

The European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers, or Eurodoc, stressed the importance of these elements of academic freedom in a statement on the topic on 15 March, which focused on institutional aspects ahead of the publication of a second statement on individual freedoms later this year.

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