What exactly does the Union stand for?


The Free Speech Union was formed:

  • To defend and promote the rights of New Zealanders to freely seek, receive and impart information.
  • To raise understanding among New Zealanders of the essential character of freedom of speech as: 
    • a fundamental human right;
    • a necessity to the preservation and exercise of other freedoms;
    • a necessity for the healthy functioning and preservation of our democracy against the abuses of power;
    • a necessity for the vigorous testing and development of our intellectual and academic institutions and culture.

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  • isuru mendis
    published this page in FAQ 2023-10-04 11:41:31 +1300

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