'comedian has turned down a gig at a university after being asked to sign a "behavioural agreement" first.
Konstantin Kisin was warned about a "no tolerance policy" on topics including racism, sexism and transphobia.
He was asked to perform at a gig at the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) in London, organised by university society Unicef on Campus.
The group has since apologised and the Students' Union says it "believes fully in freedom of speech".
Konstantin told Radio 1 Newsbeat the experience reflects a growing trend of free speech becoming stifled on university campuses across the UK.
He shared the "behavioural agreement form" online, saying the title "nearly made me puke".
— Konstantin Kisin (@KonstantinKisin) December 10, 2018
"I just think it reflects an attitude among a group of people, people at university particularly, where it seems that they have become places of indoctrination rather than learning," he said.
"Students are being taught to prevent offence rather than to seek truth and pursue experiences.
"Universities used to be all about that, but now it seems they're places where students are being taught to be woke. I think it reflects a broader issue, where increasingly there are people who value safety, or what they perceive to be safety."
The full list of topics listed by the organisers were "racism, sexism, classism, ageism, ableism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia or anti-religion or anti-atheism".
The contract said: "It does not mean that these topics cannot be discussed. But it must be done in a respectful and non-abusive way."'
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