Studying Abroad, Speaking Out: How US Universities Approach Expression in Study Abroad Programs

Source: Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
by staff

“Each year, hundreds of thousands of students at American universities study abroad. There are many benefits to studying abroad: new experiences, cross-cultural education, broadened research opportunities. But one potential downside that students must carefully consider is the possibility that their destination country could operate under very different rules regarding freedom of expression.” [summary — full paper available as PDF download] (09/30/21)

https://www.thefire.org/research/publications/miscellaneous-publications/studying-abroad-speaking-out/