Join virtually using this link. Title: From words to action: Implementing Academic Freedom under UN Human Rights Standards Date: 11 July, 10:00 am CET Location: Palais Des Nations, Room XXV Format: Hybrid State Mission Sponsors: Uruguay, in partnership with the Missions of
Join us for an eye-opening event that sheds light on the enduring struggle for academic freedom in Iran since the establishment of the Islamic Republic in 1979. Delve into the tumultuous history of the cultural revolution in the early 1980s,
On April 26, at 11:00 a.m. EDT, the Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC) and the Coalition for Academic Freedom in the Americas (CAFA) held a webinar on “Attacks on academic freedom in the US & lessons learned from
On April 14, join Teachers against the School without Party (PSCEP), a collective formed by Brazilian teachers and researchers who work in different teaching networks and educational segments, for a webinar on “Defending the freedoms to learn and teach in
On March 23 at 12:00 PM ET, join Scholars at Risk for a webinar on “Red alert from Brazil: Toward a comprehensive, intersectional and context-based framework for the guarantee of academic freedom,” featuring Mellon/SAR Academic Freedom Fellowship alumni Rosario Figari
The death of Zhina Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman sparked the ongoing revolution against the totalitarian regime in Iran. The so-called morality police had arrested her for not wearing the hejab “properly,” and she died in detention. Mahsa’s زن
Please join the UC Humanities Research Institute for a historic gathering of at-risk scholars, in recognition of the 80th anniversary of Hannah Arendt’s “We Refugees,” Feb. 16-17, 2023, at UC Irvine, in person or online. Find more information and register
Join SAR and partners at the Coalition for Academic Freedom in the Americas (CAFA) and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) to celebrate the first anniversary of the Inter-American Principles on Academic Freedom. The webinar, which will be held
Are some questions too dangerous to ask? What happens to scholars and students who ask those questions? How can you contribute to strengthening core higher education values, such as academic freedom? These are among the questions we will discuss in
The SAR United States section will host a workshop on Friday, February 11 at 11 AM-1:30 PM EST designed to offer guidance to SAR member hosts so that we can engage on the basics of hosting scholars, discuss questions that
SAR Sweden will host a webinar on SAR and Afghanistan on Human Rights Day. Our Advocacy Manager, Denise Roche, will feature as a speaker. More details to follow.
The Inspireurope project hosts a webinar for researchers at risk interested in pursuing careers outside academia. More information and registration information forthcoming.
The EU-funded Inspireurope project together with European partners will host an information session on supporting scholars from Afghanistan.
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
In this online workshop co-hosted by Scholars at Risk, Global Young Academy and IIE- Scholar Rescue Fund, we will explore paths to professional fulfillment outside academia in North America. Recognizing that academic systems in many Western countries are marred by