SAR membership staff will represent SAR at the annual European Association for International Education (EAIE) conference in Geneva.
SAR board member Domna Stanton and a SAR staff representative will speak at an event hosted by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki on October 4th in connection with the S.U.C.RE. (Supporting University Community pathways for Refugees-migrants) Erasmus+ KA2 project.
EURAXESS will host a conference with the aim of combining an academic approach with practical examples to consider the effectiveness of specific initiatives and programs for the integration of refugee researchers in Switzerland and beyond.
The Rectors' Conference of Public Universities of Madrid (CRUMA) will host a day-long conference with the goal of raising awareness for refugees and the multiple reasons for asylum in Spain.
Dr. Ester Gallo, a professor of social anthropology at the University of Trento, Italy, will give an introductory talk on the work of the Scholars at Risk Network at this year's European Association of Social Anthropologists Annual General Meeting Seminar.
Daniel Munier, SAR's Acting Director of Advocacy, will participate in the plenary "Which freedom of research to defend?" as part of an international forum, Freedom of Research, hosted by Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7, in France.
The Scholars at Risk Network's 2018 Global Congress was held in Berlin, Germany, 23-26 April, 2018, in partnership with the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Freie Universität Berlin, and Scholars at Risk Germany Section.
The Programme national d’aide à l’Accueil en Urgence des Scientifiques en Exil (PAUSE) will host a day-long event, bringing together speakers and panelists to discuss the importance of academic freedom for researchers within the sciences.
Universities Ireland, the Scholars at Risk Ireland Section, and Maynooth University will host a day-long event including lectures and a roundtable discussion addressing increasing threats to academic freedom.
SAR and the Villa Decius Association will host a conference on academic freedom, to be held in Krakow on 19-20 October. The event will include a meeting for Polish universities to learn more about how to get involved in SAR.
SAR's Senior Program Officer for Membership and University Relations Joyce Pisarello will speak on a panel entitled "Science in Danger," discussing how threatened and refugee researchers and students in the sciences can work to their full potential.
The Magna Charta Observatory, the University of Bologna, and the University of Pécs will host the Ceremony for the Signing of the Magna Charta by universities committed to upholding fundamental higher education values and a conference for higher education professionals.
Scholars at Risk's Clyfford Young will speak on a panel concerning student expression and protests at the European Association for International Education's Annual Conference in Seville, Spain.
Representatives from the Scholars at Risk Switzerland section will present on SAR activities at an upcoming conference on “Mobilising UNESCO Chairs in Natural Sciences for Policy Action towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” in Geneva on July 5-7.
SAR will attend the AMPEI annual conference in Puebla, Mexico and welcomes colleagues to visit with SAR in the exhibition hall.