On October 22, 2020, the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, Permanent Mission of Finland to the UN, Permanent Mission of the State of Qatar to the UN, Open
Scholars at Risk is pleased to share their October 2020 Newsletter. Click here to read this document.
SAR issued the below letter with AfricanDefenders and the African Studies Association to Ghanaian officials, urging them to direct the appropriate authorities to withdraw or otherwise reconsider the Public University Bill 2020 in order to ensure full respect for academic
Scholars at Risk welcomes the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) which ruled that requirements imposed by Hungary to enable foreign higher education institutions to carry out activities in the country are incompatible with EU law. The court
We, the undersigned civil society organizations, urge the government of Singapore to order the Elections Department (ELD) to immediately withdraw its police report against New Naratif, and to cease abusing the law to harass critical voices and independent journalists. On
Scholars at Risk is pleased to share their September 2020 Newsletter. Click here to read this document.
Scholars at Risk is pleased to share their August 2020 Newsletter. Click here to read this document.
Scholars at Risk is pleased to share their July 2020 Newsletter. Click here to read this document.
Scholars at Risk is pleased to share their June 2020 Newsletter. Click here to read this document.
Dear SAR friends, We write to echo the grief, anger and frustration felt during these past days in the United States catalyzed by the murder of Mr. George Floyd, and by the persistent racial injustice and brutality that led to
Europe-wide forum on supporting researchers at risk June 8, 2020: All recordings, presentations and other resources from the Inspireurope 2020 Virtual Stakeholder Forum held on June 8th 2020 are now available online here. The Forum brought together approx. 300 people representing researchers at risk, universities,
Scholars at Risk is pleased to share their May 2020 Newsletter. Click here to read this document.
SAR’s Executive Director, Rob Quinn, speaks with Valerie Peay, the Director of the International Observatory of Human Rights (IOHR), about Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali, a scholar of disaster medicine imprisoned in Iran’s Evin Prison. Today marks four years since Dr. Djalali
In an effort to support the collective shift to online learning, Scholars at Risk presents the Virtual Speaker Series as an opportunity for institutions to bring to campus one or more SAR scholars, using videoconferencing technology. The Scholars at Risk
We share our best wishes for your health and well-being in these challenging times, together with our hopes for a speedy and safe resolution of the crisis and our thanks to the many experts, inside and outside of higher education,