During the 1960’s and 1970’s, laced in with groups of students wearing peace symbols, was an underlying current of militant student activism on issues relating to the university sector and its administration. While student and community activism still exists, it appears to now use tools which are much more subtle than occupying the Chancellery or carrying picket signs at the gates. Activism in the 21st century has taken a different tack. This report provides education around two leading examples indicating the types of change affecting the sector.
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