Big week for the IPA this week with our new report Free Speech on Campus Audit 2018 being released and our legal rights team doing a power of work on Morrison’s new anti-corruption commission and proposed religious discrimination laws. Nike can’t stand by its own slogan and we recap the latest on Theresa May. James and Pete talk to Linda Kavuka from the African Students for Liberty about the free market movement in both Kenya and Africa as a whole, and what other countries can do to assist growth (15:41-33:38). We also talk to IPA Research Fellow Matthew Lesh about the Free Speech on Campus Audit, why some universities are trying to ban sarcasm and how free speech can be saved in higher education (34:06-50:00).
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