Webinar

Free Online Course on Academic Freedom
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

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SAR United States | How to Host Workshop
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

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Critical Hope in the Public Sphere
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

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Workshop: Career Options Beyond Academia
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

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Aspects of academic freedom in Africa
Academic freedom has been identified to find its way back to African universities after its complete roll-back during the post-independence era. At the same time, academic freedom is violated or challenged and cannot be taken for granted. To what extent

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Public or Private? Tensions Around Expression in Campus Spaces
Join Scholars at Risk (SAR) and the SAR-United States Section for Lines, Line-Drawing, and Consequences, a five-part discussion series that will explore common situations that invoke core values on college and university campuses. Every other Wednesday, SAR Executive Director Rob

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