Academic Boycott

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Academic Boycott Of South Africa - Apartheid-era Debate - Opponents - From Within Anti-Apartheid Circles
... ultimately, reduce the quality of health care), and that an academic boycott (in contrast to economic, trade, or political boycott) would not even be noticed by the South African government ... occur by providing information than by withholding it." "Such a boycott would cut a university off from its life blood, the nurturing flow of ideas.. ... and its influences." Solomon Benatar, a critic, wrote that "Academic boycott has been justified as an appropriate political strategy in the struggle against the ...
Academic Boycott Of South Africa
... The academic boycott of South Africa comprised a series of boycotts of South African academic institutions and scholars initiated in the 1960s, at the request of the African National ... The boycotts were part of a larger international campaign of "isolation" that eventually included political, economic, cultural and sports boycotts ... The academic boycotts ended in 1990, when its stated goal of ending apartheid was achieved ...
Scholars For Peace In The Middle East - Academic Boycott Against Israeli Academics
... the moral implications of links with Israeli academic institutions," SPME started an online petition signed by thousands of non-Israeli academics ... To show our solidarity with our Israeli academics in this matter, we, the undersigned, hereby declare ourselves to be Israeli academics for purposes of any academic boycott ... We will regard ourselves as Israeli academics and decline to participate in any activity from which Israeli academics are excluded," Michael Yudkin of Oxford ...

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