Centre for Student Rights

Student Rights is a non-partisan group dedicated to supporting equality, democracy and freedom from extremism on university campuses.

It was set up in June 2009 as a reaction to increasing political extremism and marginalisation of vulnerable students on campus.

NEW REPORT – Understanding Qatari Ambition: The Curriculum 2016-20

Extreme Speakers and Events: In The 2017-18 Academic Year

Profiting From Prejudice: How Mend’s ‘IAM’ Campaign Legitimised Extremism

“Tolerating the Intolerant”: A Report on ‘Students not Suspects’

Extreme Speakers and Events in the 2016-17 Academic Year

Spotting The Signs: Identifying Vulnerability to Radicalisation Among Students

Mitigating the Risks? An Assessment of University Speaker Policies

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At What Price? Transparency and Ethics in Higher Education Funding from Overseas

Radical Islam on UK Campuses: A Comprehensive List of Extremist Speakers at UK Universites

A Degree of Influence: The Funding of Strategically Important Subjects in UK Universities

Islam on Campus: A Survey of UK Student Opinions

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