Women, Gender, Afghanistan Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 • 12:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. ET Location: Virtual Women and girls in Afghanistan have been the focus of the international community since the early 2000s, triggered by the United States war
The University of Chile will host a Virtual Speaker Series, titled Diálogos Internacionales: Scholars at Risk (SAR) Speaker Series Perspectives about Human Rights, LGBTQ+, Social Movements, and Constitutional Process.
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná will host a Virtual Speaker Series, titled Conflict, Regional Stability and the Humanitarian Conference in the Horn of Africa, with Dr. Semahagn Abebe. The presentation highlights the major political and humanitarian crisis in the Horn of
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná will host a Virtual Speaker Series, titled The Contours of Authoritarian Neoliberalism in Turkey: From the Military Dictatorship to the Present, with Dr. Sumerkan Bozkurt Gungen.
Cooperation in international higher education and research is an aspect of the foreign education and cultural policy of the Federal Republic of Germany. Research diplomacy as a guiding concept describes the attempt to keep dialogue possible through cooperation in teaching
This talk examines the brief but remarkable presence of leftist Brazilian lesbian politician Marielle Franco, who was assassinated on March 14, 2018 in a still unresolved case. What can we, as scholars, learn from the study of Marielle Franco’s political
Over the past years we have been witnessing increased repression towards academics and scientific research in various countries. Scholars are attacked for their critical research and teachings, and for voicing it in public. They are dismissed, imprisoned, their institutions shut
Psychological intimate partner violence (IPV) perpetration is not limited to heterosexual relationships and can affect all genders and sexual orientations, including lesbians and bisexual women (LB) both in Denmark and Turkey. Internalized heterosexism might be one of the factors increasing
This Kick-Off event of the Speaker Series: Politics of Repression – Strategies and Resistances in Scholarship offers an insight into the work of the `Scholars at Risk´-network, their motivations, support structures and history. How does a university like Leibniz University
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná will host a Virtual Speaker Series, titled Free Speech Threatened: in China and by China, with Professor Teng Biao. This lecture will examine how the Chinese government suppresses freedom of expression in China, and
Digital International Week 2021 of Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences Host: International Office Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences Type of event: Information event with subsequent discussion Date of event: Tuesday, 04.05.2021 Time of event: 12.00 – 13.30 (CEST, UTC+2) Zoomlink
SAR Italy will partecipate in the online webinar on “Avvocati e docenti a rischio nel mondo”, organized by University of Verona in collaboration with UniVR and Ordine degli Avvocati di Verona.
Three SAR scholars will be visiting TU Darmstadt for speaking engagements in the upcoming months.
As part of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Festival and to mark the launch of the Scholars at Risk Annual Report Free to Think 2020, SAR Ireland is delighted to host a Speaker Series.
As part of International Education Week in Fayetteville, Arkansas, a SAR scholar of international diplomacy, politics, education, and development will give a lecture on "Post-Soviet Central Asia: New Authoritarianism and Academic Freedom."