Jul 142019

Former tenured Professor of Psychology at Acadia University, Dr. Rick Mehta uses his personal experience of being fired, ostensibly for his political views, to make the case that Canada’s labour laws offer no protection to academics in matters of academic freedom.

Dr. Mehta was presenting at the Annual General Meeting of the Society For Academic Freedom and Scholarship (SAFS) on May 4th at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.

  One Response to “Canadian Labour Law: A Threat to Academic Freedom – Dr. Rick Mehta”

  1. Good to see you are still fighting the good fight, Rick.

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