ICNL Releases Report on Restrictions on Higher Education

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The International Center for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL) published its latest report: “Closing Academic Space: Repressive State Practices in Legislative, Regulatory and Other Restrictions on Higher Education Institutions.” The report, authored by Kirsten Roberts Lyer and Aron Suba, seeks to understand the ways in which governments are repressing university au­tonomy and closing academic space. The authors identify the scope of restrictive practices around the world, and make recommendations to help stakeholders in their efforts to reduce government interference and maintain university autonomy. Read more here.

Source: ICNL

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