Oxford Campaign for Higher Education (OUCHE)
* To make the case for universities and higher education as a public good that must be fostered through public funding
* To defend the ethos of public universities as sites of open and unfettered research, teaching, and learning and not as providers of commodities to paying customers
* To counter the damaging proposals of the Browne Report and the government policies that flowed from it which leave many subjects vulnerable to elimination or distortion by the market
* To ensure that university education is affordable to all and does not result in a crippling debt burden or financial dependence on students' families
Cambridge Academic Campaign for Higher Education (CACHE)
Campaign for the Public University
Humanities Matter: The Campaign for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Edufactory: Conflicts and Transformation of the University
Edu-factory is a transnational collective engaged in the transformations of the global university and conflicts in knowledge production. The website of the global network (www.edu-factory.org) collects and connects theoretical investigations and reports from university struggles. The network has organized meetings all around the world, paying particular attention to the intertwining of student and faculty struggles.
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