We would like to explore the importance of (critical) hope, how we can sustain it, and how it has and could be integrated into activism work and academia. We are hoping to both honor and learn from activists’ lived experiences
Jewhar Ilham, activist and daughter of imprisoned Uyghur scholar Ilham Tohti, will speak at the Mary Tefft White Cultural Center as part of their Lecture Series on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, at 4:30pm in the Roger Williams University Library.
Join us on October 24th for a talk and conversation with Dr. Chelsea Blackburn Cohen.
A SAR scholar of clinical psychology from Turkey will participate in a public lecture on the right to science and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Scholars at Risk's Senior Program Officer Chelsea Blackburn Cohen will be delivering closing remarks at the American Association for the Advancement of Science's (AAAS) Higher Education and Human Rights Coalition in Washington, D.C. on July 12.
Rose Anderson, Scholars at Risk’s Director of Protection Services, will give a lecture on SAR’s work at the Visegrad Summer School in Krakow, Poland.
SAR staff and a Syrian scholar of archaeology to be featured speakers at the 2018 IMISCOE Annual Conference in Barcelona.
Join us at a special event organized by the EU-funded ‘Academic Refuge’ project. The project aims to improve the capacity of European universities to assist refugees and threatened academics and to promote understanding and respect for higher education values.
Pacific University presents its 2018 At-Risk Speakers Series this month on the Forest Grove Campus. Students and local community members have the opportunity to hear from distinguished international scholars during the month of March.
The University of Padova in Italy will host a meeting and event on December 12th featuring talks with two SAR scholars from Iran and Serbia, and to continue planning for a SAR Italy section.
An Iranian SAR Scholar of political psychology and human rights will give a lecture describing her first-hand experience of violations of women’s rights, the right to education, and the right to life in Iran.
The University of California, Irvine will celebrate joining the Scholars at Risk Network with an event dedicated to Turkish and Syrian scholars and students.
Western Illinois University will host "Living Dangerously," a lecture by Riad Ismat, a Syrian SAR scholar and recognized playwright, director, and author.
Western University and Dr. Homa Hoodfar will host a lecture and panel discussion entitled "Framing Academic Freedom and Critical Thinking as Transnational Rights" highlighting the work of the Scholars at Risk Network.
The University of Zurich’s International Relations Office and the Scholars at Risk Switzerland Section will host a presentation on academic repression in Turkey.