The Science, Technology and Human Rights Conference is an annual event hosted by the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition. The conference brings together: Human rights leaders from around the world Academic researchers across different disciplines Scientists and engineers who
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
AfricanDefenders will host a webinar on 11 August from 3pm to 5pm East African Time (EAT) which will bring together African academic institutions, CSOs, including Scholars at Risk, and HRDs to explore opportunities for collaboration and exchange best practices.
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,
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.
This webinar is for representatives of higher education institutions and other organisations in Europe interested in welcoming researchers at risk to the work place.
Beginning on April 20, Scholars at Risk is holding the fifth run of the free online course, "Dangerous Questions: Why Academic Freedom Matters," developed in collaboration with the University of Oslo and partners on the Academic Refuge Project. The course
En el próximo encuentro virtual de CO+INCIDE, conversaremos sobre cómo la libertad académica y el derecho a una educación de calidad se ven afectados en los sistemas educativos de distintos países en situación de crisis nacional.