The Student Advocacy Seminar Handbook is a guide for faculty, students, and administrators interested in starting this experiential-learning program at their university. Students develop human rights research and skills through direct advocacy on behalf of imprisoned scholars and students.
The Speaker Series Publicity and Confidentiality Checklist provides insights to assist institutions, organizations, and affiliates interested in inviting SAR scholars to speak on campus through the Vivian G. Prins/SAR Speaker Series. This checklist provides guidance for planning speaking events for at-risk
Scholars at Risk's How to Host Handbook is primarily for officers, administrators, faculty and others at higher education institutions as they explore their interest in, plan for, and host threatened scholars and other intellectuals as visiting scholars on their campuses.
SAR's Speaker Series Handbook provides guidance to assist institutions, organizations and affiliates interested in inviting scholars to speak on campus through the Speaker Series.
The below list of potential course materials for Student Advocacy Seminars is drawn from past seminars. SAR welcomes additional recommendations at email@example.com. Academic Freedom Barton, Ashley and Adam Braver, eds. Jewher Ilham: A Uyghur’s Fight to Free Her Father. New
Action alerts are a critical tool for public advocacy on behalf of threatened scholars. Use this guide to craft an effective appeal that motivates supporters and stakeholders to act. What is an action alert? An action alert is a written
Scholars at Risk’s legal clinics give students and faculty the opportunity to engage locally and internationally with practical and theoretical issues relating to academic freedom, responses to attacks on higher education, and related human rights issues. Learn more about and build support for