Introduction to Scholars at Risk Network SAR-Ireland formed as a partnership between Universities Ireland and the Scholars at Risk Network in September 2009. This partnership provides support to threatened academics around the world, including by arranging temporary placements in Ireland to allow
Psychosocial support for researchers at risk Date: 10 March, 2021 Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM CET (1 hour webinar); 11.05 to 12.00PM CET (55 mins follow up meeting) Register: To register for the 1 hour webinar, please click here To
First Workshop within Swetaly, a collaboration between the University of Padua, the University of Gothenburg and the University of Stockholm. This event, which will address the topic of “Academic freedom in challenging times: advocacy and collaborations” will be divided into
The International Association of La Salle Universities welcomes you to the Lasallian Dialogue on Racism: A Global Pandemic. This 90 minute event will bring together four distinguished panelists on the issue of racism and its characteristics in different parts of
SAR-Italy is pround to launch its first speaker series in the Fall 2020 with the inaugural round table entitled: Debating Academic Freedom and Human Rights in Times of Crisis. The cycle of seminars aims at promoting knowledge about present violations
On October 12th (2-4pm Greek time) Scholars at Risk (SAR) Europe in coordination with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki will hold a meeting on developing a SAR section in Greece for interested Higher Education Institutes and individuals. Registration for the
Save the Date / SAR-United States & COVID-19: Responses & Remote Opportunities On Thursday, May 21st at 1:00pm EST, SAR will host a one-hour webinar over Zoom for primary representatives at member institutions and associations within the SAR-United States Section.
Ilham Tohti is the winner of the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought in 2019. The prize will be awarded during a ceremony in the Parliament in Strasbourg on 18 December 2019.
Join us for the Annual Conference of the Magna Charta Observatory, 16 and 17 October 2019. The focus will be on academic freedom and the responsibilities which universities have for helping to achieve the UN sustainable development goals, particularly those
This event will focus on academic values and the role of the higher education community in supporting students and scholars with a refugee background, and at-risk academics.
SAR membership staff will represent SAR at the annual European Association for International Education (EAIE) conference in Geneva.
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.
SAR and the ACUP will organize a seminar on academic freedom and its importance for universities. The speakers will discuss the most critical challenges we must overcome to make academic freedom possible at both a European and global level.
SAR European Director will represent SAR at the anniversary meeting of the PAUSE program in France, which was established 1 year ago to provide funding to higher education institutions and public research organizations planning to host at-risk scholars.