Students set example

November 25, 2005

That Italy's universities may be the provenance of a discrimination warranting the first European Court of Justice fines for discrimination is regrettable. ("Lettori in court to claim fines", November 18).

Given all the European Union-funded initiatives to encourage study at universities abroad, one would have expected an exemplary record on integration at faculty level.

Henry Rodgers
La Sapienza University, Rome

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