On university freedom in the Canadian context by F. Kenneth Hare

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Published by published in association with Carleton University by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .

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  • Higher education and state -- Canada.

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Statement[by] Kenneth Hare.
ContributionsCarleton University.
LC ClassificationsLC176 .H3
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 80 p.
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL5651776M
LC Control Number68091459

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On University Freedom in the Canadian Context. Book Description: Canadian universities are expanding rapidly and becoming very costly to run and equip. Increasingly the bill is borne by federal and provincial public exchequers. What then should be the proper relationship between government and universities if university freedom is to be preserved.

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Year: OAI identifier: oai::article/ Provided by: University of New Brunswick Author: Julius Grey. Although currently under attack from several directions, academic freedom is as important as it has ever been in enabling academics to teach, to carry out research, and to offer disinterested criticism and advice.

Michiel Horn's new book accentuates the changing nature of academic freedom in English Canada and provides essential background to today's discussions. The sixteen contributors to this book include many distinguished Canadian and U.S.

scholars who have a special interest in academic freedom. The editor of this book, JAMES L. TURK, is Executive Director of the Canadian Association of University Teachers.

tained the rights, freedoms, and traditions of existing universities, including academic freedom (Mora, ). While there are different definitions of academic freedom, Horn’s () description of academic freedom within the Canadian university context can be summarized into five key elements: (a) the freedom to pursue truth wherever that may.

Freedom of expression is just one of those subsidiary freedoms. Academic freedom provides (inter alia) the freedom to teach, to learn, to decide on which research questions to inquire into and what methods to use in that inquiry, to engage in extramural communication, and to criticize the university itself.

This is a lot to get our heads around. Article content. By W.R. Laird. In Augustthe Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, under newly elected Premier Doug Ford, required all colleges and universities to devise.

Its index assesses Canadian universities each year for how well they uphold freedom of expression. Only five out of 60 universities earned “A” grades in Gaps between policies and how universities behave in practice are common, Mr. Kennedy says: “It’s great to have a strongly worded free-speech statement, but you have to make it.

Marie Carrière is the Director of the Canadian Literature Centre/Centre de littérature canadienne (CLC) and teaches English, French, and Comparative Literature at the University of Alberta.

Curtis Gillespie is the author of five books and co-founder of the narrative journalism magazine Eighteen Bridges. In Aprilthe University of Toronto announced receipt of a thirty-five million dollar donation from the Peter and Melanie Munk Charitable Foundation to fund a new institute, to be named the Munk School of Global Affairs.

This donation is. Freedom of Expression in Canada Kent Roach* and David Schneiderman** I. INTRODUCTION Although the Supreme Court of Canada has often insisted that there is no priority amongst the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms‟1 rights and freedoms,2 the guarantee of freedom of expression is quite literally a “fundamental freedom”.

Inclusive Freedom. Expansive Freedom. That is the Canadian idea of Liberty. The idea that the liberty of all is enhanced when new freedoms are granted to individuals.

Nelson Mandela, Honourary Canadian, who knew something about liberty and about being deprived of it, put it this way. Unlike most Canadian universities, the University of Chicago is a private research university and is not operated or funded by governments, but may be subject to government regulation.

Academic freedom and freedom of expression are not the same concept. A discussion of the history and status of academic freedom in the context of Canadian universities finds that over time, academic freedom has been expanded to include a broad range of behavior and a wide range of freedom of speech.

Tenure has come to mean the right of employment until death, resignation, or retirement, unless cause for dismissal can be established in a court of academic peers. 'The 'context' of anti-Gypsyism, and the connections between hateful words and heinous deeds pose profound and troubling questions for champions of free speech and opponents of content-based bans This stimulating collection of interviews and essays edited by Herz and Molnar provides a singularly comprehensive rethink on responses to the.

In recent years, a number of controversies have emerged from inside Canadian universities. While some of these controversies reflect debates occurring at a broader societal level, others are unique to the culture of universities and the way in which they are governed.

In University Commons Divided, Peter MacKinnon provides close readings of a range of recent incidents with a view to exploring.

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With grades awarded to 61 campuses, Canada’s universities and student. No University Is an Island: Saving Academic Freedom By Cary Nelson New York University Press, Read preview Overview Tenure, Academic Freedom and the Teaching of Critical Thinking By Stancato, Frank A College Student Journal, Vol.

34, No. 3, September On Septembera page report sponsored by several Canadian newspaper groups, compared Canada’s Access to Information Act to the FOI laws of the provinces and of 68 other nations titled: Fallen Behind: Canada’s Access to Information Act in the World Context.

InThe Walrus (magazine) published a detailed history of FOI in Canada. Academic freedom, the freedom of teachers and students to teach, study, and pursue knowledge and research without unreasonable interference or restriction from law, institutional regulations, or public basic elements include the freedom of teachers to inquire into any subject that evokes their intellectual concern; to present their findings to their students, colleagues, and.

Notes * This publication contains some material from Julian Walker, Canadian Anti‑hate Laws and Freedom of Expression, Publication no. ‑31, Parliamentary Information and Research Service, Library of Parliament, Ottawa, 27 March [ Return to text] † Library of Parliament Background Papers provide in-depth studies of policy issues.

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(2d) Charter of Rights and Freedoms (“Charter”) guarantee of freedom of conscience and religion has been limited. Inreligious freedom issues came to the fore on the Court’s docket, as they have in public. Freedom of speech and academic freedom are widely recognized prerequisites for the maintenance of national and international freedom to communicate with colleagues in the relentless, objective, scholarly pursuit of knowledge and the advancement of the human condition.

The debate on freedom of speech and academic freedom at universities in South Africa is complicated by the. Beyond academic freedom: Canadian neoliberal universities in the global context Published Ap Sandra Jeppesen and Holly Nazar | | in TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies.

However, we are particularly interested in the Canadian context. Consequently, we focus on Canadian stories and give ample attention to current Canadian business policies and practices for the topics covered throughout this book. The end-of-chapter cases are drawn from both Canadian and global this text was authored by Canadian.

Canadian courts would potentially follow limitations that balance the right of students to express their opinion with the needs of schools to maintain order and protect students. Based on the work of Sarah McCoubrey and Greg Sitch, The Charter in the Classroom, presented at the CAPSLE conference, St.

Andrew's by the Sea, New Brunswick Born in Osaka, he attended Kyoto University and the London School of Economics. Previously he was a professor at the National Defense Academy. In he taught for a semester as Fulbright Scholar in Residence at the University of Pittsburgh and then inhe was a scholar in residence at Ralph Bunch Institute on the UN in New York City.

From Ohio University News. A new book co-authored by Ohio University Professor Robert Ingram probes the historical context for freedom of speech, its entanglement with religion, and the implications of this centuries-old context on today’s conversations. Ingram, professor of History and director of the George Washington Forum, recently co-authored Freedom of speech.

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McMaster University CAUT is providing legal support for a group of faculty at McMaster University seeking justice at the Ontario Divisional Court over an unfair internal hearing process that imposed serious -- and for three professors career-ending -- penalties for which the University provides no avenue of appeal.

The case raises important questions about academic freedom. On behalf of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), we are pleased to present Academic Freedom and Educational Responsibility.

This statement, framed and approved by AAC&U’s board of directors, is designed to provide the larger context missing from current public debates about intellectual diversity in undergraduate. A recording of the way professors at Wilfrid Laurier University questioned a teaching assistant about her use of a debate video in class has set off a major dispute about academic freedom in Canada.

The teaching assistant had shown her class a recording in which two professors -- one of them of late a polarizing figure in Canadian academe. Freedom from religious discrimination was also guaranteed in the Canadian Multiculturalism Act (), the Canadian Human Rights Act () along with various provincial human rights codes, the Employment Equity Act (), and the Canada Labour Code (R.S.,c.

L-2). members and institutions of higher education. Each American college or university applies principles of academic freedom in the context of its own mission. The primer is not a definitive discussion or legal analysis. For further information, readers may wish to explore.

JURIST Guest Columnist Diana Ginn of Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, discusses the debate surrounding the freedom of religion held by private and public schools in Canada with regards to curriculum.

In Loyola High School and John Zucci v. Attorney General of Quebec the Supreme Court of Canada addressed the issue of religious freedom in the context of teaching religion and. of free speech in universities, there is a relative lack of policies which would protect academic freedom.

The link between academic freedom among faculty and freedom of speech amongst students has also not been thoroughly explored in a UK context. New polling. riot. The riot spotlighted the dilemma of balancing freedom of speech with campus safety and security.

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