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Free speech doesn't mean you can say whatever you want, wherever. Here's how to explain this to kids

By Luke Zaphir, Researcher for the University of Queensland Critical Thinking Project, The University of Queensland
Peter Ellerton, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Education; Curriculum Director, UQ Critical Thinking Project, The University of Queensland
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Freedom of speech is a human right. But it comes with limitations, such as using the right to incite violence. Conversations around these concepts are a part of democratic education.


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