A reminder to Edinburgh, Cambridge, all other universities:HE providers - “freedom of speech in HE should be upheld at every opportunity & should only be limited where there are genuine safety concerns or it constitutes unlawful behaviour.' equalityhumanrights.com/en/our-work/ne…
Thank you to Northumbria University for hosting our meeting in May 2018: A Woman’s Place is Standing Her Ground.
Thank you to Oxford University for hosting our meeting in October 2019: A Woman’s Place is at the lectern
Thank you to UCL for hosting our successful #WomensLib2020 conference in February 2020.
These universities have shown a commitment to upholding freedom of expression in line with the legal requirement imposed on most higher education providers. They have supported women’s right to organise and speak. We look forward to more universities showing the same commitment.

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