‘We Are All Oxford’ only acts to reinforce racism and damage the University’s access efforts

The preamble of the ‘We are all Oxford’ campaign insists that it does not oppose the work of ‘I, too, am Oxford’. And yet actions speak louder than words. One cannot disclaim an action’s impact in the real world. If after the successful ‘I need feminism because…’ photo-shoot, another had taken place, consisting of a […]

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Oxford must review its attitude towards deeply unjust Israeli academic institutions

In an address shortly before the University of Johannesburg cut its ties with Ben-Gurion University, Archbishop Desmond Tutu argued that “it can no longer be business as usual. Israeli Universities are an intimate part of the Israeli regime. While Palestinians are not able to access universities and schools, Israeli universities produce the research, technology, arguments […]

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