An anti-abortion group is facing being kicked off campus at Auckland University.
Following a campaign in May, ProLife Auckland could be banned from the university at a meeting this Wednesday.
President Amy Blowers says the organisation handed out pamphlets about the common health risks of abortion, backed up by information from reputable scientific journals.
“A single anonymous person complained to the AUSA Auckland University Students Association executive, saying that we were, essentially that we were lying about health facts.”
Ms Blowers says it is a direct threat to freedom of expression and the free exchange of ideas at Auckland University.
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