200 students, staff protest budget cuts at Hebrew University

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June 2, 2014 14:42

 
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Some 200 faculty members, students and student union members from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem demonstrated against the university''s decision to cut the Faculty of the Humanities' budget.

As part of the protest, the non-tenured research and academic staff are not holding any classes, tutorials or lectures in the humanities department.

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