Webinar

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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Social Media as Advocacy Tool
Scholars at Risk Student Advocacy Seminars presents: Social Media as Advocacy Tool * Date: Wednesday, March 24, 2021 Time: 12:00 PM Speakers: Sunniva Høiskar, SAIH (Norwegian Students’ and Academics’ International Assistance Fund); and Peter Irwin, Uyghur Human Rights Project *Note:

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Governmental Avenues for Raising Awareness: United States
Scholars at Risk Student Advocacy Seminars presents: Governmental Avenues for Raising Awareness: United States* Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Time: 2:00 PM Speaker: Scott Busby, United States Department of State Moderator: Adam Braver, Roger Williams University *Note: This event is

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Governmental Avenues for Raising Awareness: Europe
Scholars at Risk Student Advocacy Seminars presents: Governmental Avenues for Raising Awareness: Europe* Date: Wednesday, March 17, 2021 Time: 12:00 PM Speaker: Matteo Vespa, European Students’ Union Moderator: Clare Robinson, Scholars at Risk *Note: This event is open to Student

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Advocating for Imprisoned Scholars:  How Students Make a Difference
Scholars at Risk Student Advocacy Seminars presents: Advocating for Imprisoned Scholars: How Students Make a Difference* Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 Time: 11:00 AM Speakers: Humaira Anjum and Mohammad Abdul Mahir, BRAC University, Bangladesh; and Zoe Schreiber, Viadrina University Moderator:

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