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Pax Academica N° 1&2, 2015: Student and Scholar Protests in Africa / Protestations estudiantines et universitaires en Afrique

Pax Academica - Revue Africaine de liberté académique Pax Academica - African Journal on Academic Freedom

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Pax Academica N°3: Genre et Liberté Académique en Afrique / Gender and Academic Freedom in Africa

Pax Academica: Revue Africaine de Liberté Académique / African Journal of Academic Freedom

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Editorial N 2 : Libérer la parole critique, construire des sociétés plus justes

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Education under attack: Nigeria

Many schools were bombed, set on fire or attacked by militants in the north – and increasingly militants turned their attention to students and teachers. Dozens of school teachers were murdered, and at universities there were very heavy casualties in attacks by gunmen firing indiscriminately and in some cases also using bombs.

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    Algeria: Constitutional Revision Ensures Academic Freedoms

    The draft Constitutional revision guarantees academic freedom and that of scientific research, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Tahar Hadjar said Tuesday in Algiers.

    Read more on: http://allafrica.com/stories/201601...

    South African mergers fail to deliver change

    A decade ago, South Africa was in the middle of implementing a plan to merge 26 of its institutions into 11 in a bid to overcome the racial segregation that blighted much of the higher education sector.

    Read more on: http://www.timeshighereducation.co....

    Tunisie : A la conquête des valeurs et des libertés académiques

    Avec le vent de liberté qui a renversé les carcans de la dictature, au lendemain du 14 janvier 2011, la question des libertés académiques s’est retrouvée, à nouveau, au cœur du combat de l’université.

    Pour plus d’information cliquez sur le lien suivant: http://nawaat.org/portail/2014/03/0...

    Habib Kazdaghli consacré «Doyen du Courage» à Amsterdam

    Habib Kazdaghli, doyen de la Faculté des Lettres des Arts et des Humanités de La Manouba (FLAHM), a été consacré mercredi dernier à Amsterdam «Doyen du Courage».

    Pour plus d’information , veuillez cliquer sur le lien suivant: http://directinfo.webmanagercenter....

    A reflection on academic freedom

    A recent Crimson column by Harvard senior Sandra Korn has stirred national controversy. Ms. Korn argues that universities should abandon academic freedom for a standard of academic justice.

    Read more on: http://ndsmcobserver.com/2014/03/re...