‘Anti-Semitic Pseudoscience’ promoted at the University of Warwick

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UCL investigates secret eugenics conference promoting racism on campus

A secret eugenics conference that was held at University College London (UCL) is being investigated by university authorities. The event, entitled “The London Conference on Intelligence”, has taken place at least four times since its inception in 2014. The conference was organised by James Thompson, an honorary Professor of Psychology at UCL. It featured a […]

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Extremists target Birmingham campuses in the lead up to Christmas

Although students are already heading home for the Christmas holiday, extremists are still appearing on campuses. This was very much the case in Birmingham. Between 15 and 17 December, the University of Birmingham Islamic Society hosted controversial American preacher Abdul Nasir Jangda. According to the event description, Jangda gave a khutbah (sermon) as well as […]

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Student Rights submits written evidence to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Freedom of Speech

Between November and December 2017, the Joint Committee on Human Rights has held an inquiry into the state of freedom of speech in universities. So far they have received testimonies from a range of expert witnesses who are distinguished in the fields of academia, politics, law, journalism and wider civil society. ​The scope of this […]

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UWE Student Union President legitimises MEND extremists

A recent report by The Henry Jackson Society entitled ‘MEND: Islamists Masquerading As Civil Libertarians’ highlights that MEND meets the government’s definition of extremism. Several senior officials in MEND have expressed sympathy for terrorism both in the UK and overseas, peddled anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, and attacked liberal Muslim groups who challenge extremism. MEND has been […]

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‘Students Not Suspects’ tour with convicted CAGE speaker 

‘Students Not Suspects’ begin new tour with CAGE speaker convicted of terror offence As part of ‘Islamophobia Awareness Month’, the NUS have announced that a new ‘Students Not Suspects’ tour will visit campuses across the UK. It is being sponsored and co-hosted with the NUS Black Students’ Campaign, the NUS Women’s Campaign, and the Federation […]

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Student unions reveal hypocrisy and absurdity over speaker policies  

Recent news stories have shown that controversial yet mainstream speakers continue to be targeted by speaker policies on university campuses. In recent years, external speaker policies have been selectively applied at a number of campuses, targeting high profile progressive figures such as Germaine Greer, Maryam Nawazie and Peter Tatchell. In the past two weeks, other […]

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UCL due to host Hamas apologist Azzam Tamimi

A statement issued by the Union of Jewish Students said: “We are deeply disappointed that UCL Union and UCL have allowed an event hosting Miko Peled and Dr Azzam Tamimi to take place despite the valid concerns that we, UCL J-Soc and UCL Friends of Israel Society have raised. By providing a platform for these […]

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International Business Times: An imam accused of calling for gays to be killed is coming to speak in London

A Memphis-based prominent imam, due to speak at an Islamic conference in London in November, has strongly rejected claims that he advocates for the death of homosexuals. To burnish his tolerant credentials, he calls for the prosecution of those who try to forcefully implement “Islamic law in our countries and Western lands”. Full story…

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Government announces tough measures against university censorship

Jo Johnson, the Minister for Universities, has announced that the government is prepared to use fines and other sanctions against universities and student unions that refuse to uphold freedom of expression. ​The Office for Students (OfS), a new government regulator, will replace the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) in April 2018. The OfS […]

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