303 Creative v. Elenis gives SCOTUS another chance to set precedent about what happens when First Amendment freedoms come at a cost to civil rights.
Academic freedom is increasingly caught up in partisan debates around freedom of speech. But the idea behind it is not only vital but shared across many other professions.
Salman Rushdie, great writer and outspoken defender of writers’ freedom of expression, has been under a fatwa for more than 30 years. He’s set to recover from a shock stabbing last Friday in New York.
Even in states that ban abortion, legal precedents indicate that donating to, and receiving assistance from, abortion funds is an expression of free speech.
Kennedy v. Bremerton, a case about a public school teacher’s prayer, helps close out a Supreme Court term in which religion was often in the spotlight.
The Supreme Court ruled May 2, 2022, in Shurtleff v. Boston, a free speech case.
Our freedom is limited as soon as our speech and behaviour become harmful to other people.
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The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, a case stemming from a football coach’s prayers on the field, on April 25, 2022.
Synik’s new album continues to shape identity and consciousness in a country with limited freedom of speech.
Empowering current and future generations to detect and dismiss false and misleading information will be pivotal in developing a democracy resilient to the threat of online misinformation.
Can the Olympic industry survive the damage that calls for a Winter Olympics boycott are doing to its brand?
Addressing urgent and complex problems such as climate change involves research across the full spectrum of society – and that includes Australia’s young people.
Shurtleff v. Boston, a case argued before the Supreme Court on Jan. 18, raises important questions about free speech and religion in public spaces.
A higher quality discussion emerged among commenters allowed to use personas instead of their real names.
Young people’s use of technology such as Twitter shows that they are interested in politics and governance and have found a way to participate.
The Supreme Court is a leading player in enacting policy in the US. But it has no army to enforce its decisions; its authority rests solely on its legitimacy.
Freedom of speech is a human right. But it comes with limitations, such as using the right to incite violence. Conversations around these concepts are a part of democratic education.
The Indonesian government is criticised for using the pandemic as an excuse to repress.
The court has lived up to its promise in most cases, issuing some progressive and ground-breaking decisions and remedies.