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Dar es Salaam Declaration on academic freedom and social responsibility of academics

[Collective Staff Associations]

Abstract:

The Dar es Salaam Declaration on Academic Freedom and Social Responsibility of Academics was adopted by delegates from six academic staff associations at the end of the Inaugural Workshop held at Silversands Hotel, Dar es Salaam on 19th April, 1990. The associations were:

  • Ardhi Institute Staff Assembly (ARISA)
  • Cooperative College Staff Association (COCOSA)
  • Institute of Development Management Staff Association (IDMASA)
  • Institute of Finance Management Staff Assembly (IFMASA)
  • Sokoine University of Agriculture Staff Association (SUASA)
  • University of Dar es Salaam Academic Staff Assembly (UDASA)


The Workshop formed a Coordinating Committee composed of all the Secretaries of the Staff Associations attending the Inaugural Workshop. The Committee was charged with assisting and monitoring the process of ratification as well as propose and plan follow-up activities.


C.Y.L. Chachage
Convenor Coordinating Committee c/o UDASA
University of Dar es Salaam

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Title of Paper: Dar es Salaam Declaration on academic freedom and social responsibility of academics
Publisher: Unpublished.
Contributor: Ardhi Institute Staff Assembly (ARISA); Cooperative College Staff Association (COCOSA); Institute of Development Management Staff Association (IDMASA); Institute of Finance Management Staff Assembly (IFMASA); Sokoine University of Agriculture Staff Associ


Date:1990
Document Type:Other
Subject Area:Staff
Country:Tanzania, United Republic of
Keywords:Human Rights, State and Higher Education, Autonomy, Social Responsibility, Academic Values, Academic Freedom


File Size:52 KB
Date Added:17 February 2006


Dar es Salaam Declaration on academic freedom and social responsibility of academics(1990)