Silenced Solidarity: Students suspended from UK universities

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Student suspensions due to pro-Palestinian action are on the rise at UK universities. What is happening and what can we do?

In this audio package, we delve into the experiences of pro-Palestinian students facing suspension from UK universities for their activism.

Featuring two interviews, we hear firsthand from a Palestinian student studying in the UK, suspended for organising a walkout in solidarity with his homeland.

He speaks about how he is at risk of losing his visa while unable to go back home.

Additionally, a case worker from the organization CAGE sheds light on the legal challenges and support available amidst these contentious circumstances.

Featured image by Caie Motia

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