Researchers, institutions, teachers, and students around the world are confronting new and growing threats to academic freedom. Academic freedom in Asia has faced particular assault over the last decade, with increasingly global-ramifications. In this roundtable event sponsored by the Open
Drawing from the comparative threads of authoritarian strategy seen across the cases of Turkey, Hungary, and India, this panel brings together scholars to discuss the state of academic freedom and democratic erosion followed by an open discussion with the panelists.
Register Now FREE UNIVERSITIES: Putting the Academic Freedom Index Into Action Through the UN Human Rights Systems Featuring: Ms. Irene Khan, UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of freedom of opinion and expression Ms. Koumbou Boly Barry, UN
On March 8th, to mark International Women's Day, SAR Ireland, in collaboration with Centre for Resistance Studies, Trinity College Dublin and the Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway, will host a webinar on Gender and Academic Freedom.
In this webinar, Boğaziçi University students and faculty will come together to speak about their ongoing struggle for academic autonomy and a democratic university in Turkey. We aim to discuss the pressing issues of violations of academic freedom and undermining
El Centro de investigación y educación sobre derechos humanos (CREDP), su Clínica de derechos humanos y Scholars at Risk (SAR) uOttawa se complacen en presentar : Libertad académica, investigación y valores democráticos: Una perspectiva latinoamericana Seminario web en inglés: martes
The Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC), its Human Rights Clinic and Scholars at Risk (SAR) uOttawa are pleased to present: Academic Freedom, Research and Democratic Values: A Latin American Perspective Webinar in English: Tuesday, July 7, 2020 |
The Future of Value-Based Higher Education and Quality Assurance – The Future of Academic Freedom Jun 17, 2020 08:00 AM Eastern Time (US & Canada) Academic freedom has emerged as an issue of profound importance during the past few years,
On Friday, October 4, Scholars at Risk’s Chelsea Blackburn Cohen will speak on a panel about censorship and academic freedom at the Social Practice of Human Rights conference at the University of Dayton.
From September 24-27, SAR will have an exhibit at the European Association for International Education conference in Helsinki, Finland. SAR will also speak on a panel alongside partners from Central European University on Wednesday, September 25 from 1:30-2:30.
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
“Turkey Series” continues with our fourth panel focusing on the recent social, economic and political developments in Turkey. As the local elections are fast approaching, Turkish authorities’ crackdown on freedom of expression and other human rights in Turkey continues at
Scholars at Risk's Annabelle Wilmott will deliver a presentation on the importance of international partnerships in advancing quality higher education and protecting the free exchange of ideas worldwide at the 2018 Mexican Association for International Education (AMPEI) conference.
SAR Senior Program Officer, Chelsea Blackburn Cohen, will be attending the New School's launch of the New University in Exile Consortium.
SAR staff and a Syrian scholar of archaeology to be featured speakers at the 2018 IMISCOE Annual Conference in Barcelona.