Intellectual-HRDs and claims for academic freedom under human rights law

Posted April 15, 2016

This article argues that existing human rights law would sustain claims for violations of academic freedom as independently and interdependently derived from the rights to freedom of opinion and expression and the right to education.

This article further argues that including academic freedom claims in such cases has the benefit of providing an additional basis for relief while strengthening the claim for relief on a manifested violation by providing evidence of motive and intent.

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Author Robert Quinn, Jesse Levine
Publication Year 2014
In Publication Years: 2014
In Media Types: PDF