There are calls to ban the far-right former Breitbart editor from Australia. He’s due to speak at the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference.
We can justify different standards for different Twitter users by turning to the philosophical ideas about public debate.
Since 2011, Button Poetry has offered a large number of powerful poetic performances that reveal the plurality of individual stories in the United States.
Raymond Louw will be remembered as a man of unbending principle.
Twelve reporters have been killed so far this year and 172 are in jail, according to a new report on press freedom worldwide. The US places 48th of 180 countries ranked, down two spots from 2018.
The government is spruiking its commitment to religious freedom and freedom of speech, as well as its successes on tackling inequality. Its record, however, leaves much to be desired.
Disinviting a person to speak on a university campus adds up to abandoning freedom and speech.
Shutting down or controlling access to the internet has become a go-to strategy among some African states who want to control the political narrative.
Tensions between the government and the university sector ran high in 2018, with the government cutting funding to student places and research and a big push back from universities.
The Institute for Public Affairs’ audit of academic freedom pits people either for or against universities. This prevents us from having thorough conversations about real threats to academic freedom.
Glyn Davis lays out the evidence (or lack thereof) for the argument that free speech on campuses is at risk.
While some complaint that anti-discrimination laws stifle freedom of speech, there is good evidence that they make a more harmonious, safe and equal society.
The fundamental point is that those were desperate days for the Coalition and so are these. “McMahon was in survival mode,” says author Patrick Mullins. The same could be said of Morrison.
A new book examines the relationship between national security and access to information in Australia, New Zealand, US, UK and Canada, comparing it with other countries around the world.
Universities should very rarely prevent controversial speakers from spreading their message.
A challenge in the High Court, starting today, will argue that “safe access zones” around abortion clinics impede the constitutional right to freedom of political speech. Here’s why that’s wrong.
Is controversy extremist? The Charity Commission seems to think so.
The storm over a nine-year-old refusing to stand for the national anthem is an indication of how ugly, and misguided, some aspects of national debate have become.
Most universities do, in fact, mention academic freedom in several policy documents, such as enterprise bargaining agreements and other codes of conduct.
Though free speech on campus is often a divisive issue, solutions are not hard to find, a First Amendment scholar argues.