U15 signs Berlin Statement alongside GRIUN members

U15 Canada has signed the Berlin Statement alongside other Global Research-Intensive Universities Network (GRIUN) members from Australia, Europe, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The statement reaffirms research intensive universities’ commitments to free expression and critical discussion, advancement and dissemination of knowledge, and preparation of the next generation to take part in research and innovation. “The Berlin Statement reaffirms the collective commitment of research-universities to partner together through shared challenges and to centre our role on longstanding principles of research excellence, open debate and the mobilization of talent and knowledge to the benefit of all,” said U15 CEO Dr Chad Gaffield.