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Revealed: 10 universities sought to strike academic freedom from job contracts after the first Peter Ridd case

28 May 2020

3:31 PM

28 May 2020

3:31 PM

Michael McNally, QLD Division Secretary of the National Tertiary Education Union, speaks to Gideon Rozner on The Heretic podcast about how university administrators are interfering with academic and intellectual freedom on campus.

Michael McNally: They are so focused on prestige, on brand reputation, on positive press. I’m continually surprised by the things that university managements do.

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