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The Harry Crowe Foundation

— February 22, 2019 at 9:00am - February 23, 2019 at 5:00pm

— Radisson Admiral Hotel - Toronto Harbourfront

Free Speech on Campus: Campus free speech, including the expression of controversial ideas and views, has long been seen as central to the teaching and learning mission of universities and colleges. Today, the notion of free speech has itself become the focus of an increasingly polarized debate. On the one hand, there are demands that expression that is seen as offensive or disrespectful be prohibited in order to ensure an inclusive, safe, and harassment-free learning environment. On the other side, critics deride universities and colleges for violating free speech by censoring opinions and views that some find uncomfortable or offensive. This conference will explore this debate by assessing the state of free expression on campuses in Canada and abroad, identifying the main challenges, and suggesting ways that academic staff, students, and institutions can build inclusive learning environments without restricting free speech.

Harry Crowe Foundation

To register, please click on the "register" button.

Early Bird rate cut-off is December 21, 2018.

                                Early Bird                      Regular

Regular Fee:           $425.00                            $525.00

Student:                  $100.00                            $150.00

Hotel Accommodation

Delegates are required to make their own hotel reservations directly with the Radisson Admiral Hotel Toronto-Harbourfront. It is imperative that reservations be made no later than the January 20th cut-off date. Hotel reservations can be made on-line by clicking on the link below or by contacting the Radisson Admiral Hotel Toronto-Harbourfront at (416) 203-3333 and mentioning the "Harry Crowe Foundation" to obtain preferred rates starting at $165.00/night (Traditional guest room).

www.radisson.com/harry-crowe-foundation

Note: Should you require assistance in finding hotel accommodation, please contact Marcel Roy at roy@caut.ca.