A makeshift “Lennon Wall” at the University of Queensland in Brisbane in August 2019. Photo: AFP
A makeshift “Lennon Wall” at the University of Queensland in Brisbane in August 2019. Photo: AFP

National security law: Australian universities move to protect Hong Kong students

  • Measures taken by teaching staff include warning students about the scope of the legislation and allowing anonymous assignment submissions
  • One university has undertaken an ‘audit’ to identify courses in which they fear Hongkonger students could be reported to authorities by their mainland Chinese classmates

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A makeshift “Lennon Wall” at the University of Queensland in Brisbane in August 2019. Photo: AFP
A makeshift “Lennon Wall” at the University of Queensland in Brisbane in August 2019. Photo: AFP
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