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Flat White New Zealand

Will social justice activists destroy New Zealand universities?

Can academic freedom survive in an ethnocentric climate of fear?

A perfect storm is hitting the New Zealand university sector. Social justice activism is aggravating the extreme financial difficulties that our universities are facing, only slightly eased by recently-announced Government funding relief. 

Intensified by the very slow post-Covid restart to international student business, the situation creates a long-term risk to the health and international reputation of our universities.

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