From December 2-3, the first ever General Assembly of the United States Section of the Scholars at Risk Network will be held in New Orleans, hosted by and in partnership with Xavier University of Louisiana. An optional, pre-conference gathering will be held on
Scholars at Risk’s annual US Student Advocacy Days convene faculty and students in Washington, DC, to receive training and seek meetings with government representatives to raise awareness about wrongfully detained scholars and students. This event is open to Student Advocacy
The Inspireurope project will present a regional workshop in Krakow, Poland on October 7-8, 2021. The workshop is hosted by Jagiellonian University, Poland and will bring together higher education institutions, researchers at risk, European and national policymakers, industry representatives, NGOs
The second Inspireurope Stakeholder Forum will be hosted by Inspireurope partner; Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, in Berlin on April 26-27, 2021.
The first Inspireurope outreach workshop in Greece will be hosted by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) on Wednesday, September 30th in hybrid format (online and face to face meetings) from 09.30-19.00 local Greek time (EEST).
Outreach workshop in Poland to grow the European support base for researchers at risk.
This international workshop aims at bringing together institutions, organisations, displaced scholars and students involved in the SAR network, in a view to foster a dialogue aimed at sharing good practices, reflecting on common challenges and responses, and developing future collaborations.
In cooperation with the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Adam Braver, SAR Student Advocacy Coordinator and Professor at Roger Williams University, will lead a workshop on Student Advocacy Seminars, which provide students with the opportunity to develop human rights research and
SAR staff Annabelle Wilmott and Thomas Buntru, SAR Primary Representative at the University of Monterrey, will lead a workshop entitled "Promoting Higher Education Values in Institutional Partnerships at Home and Abroad" at the CONAHEC 19th North American Higher Education Conference.
Student Advocacy Days, brings students and faculty from SAR’s Student Advocacy Seminars together for a hands-on workshop on advocacy best practices and strategies, followed by a day of advocacy on Capitol Hill on behalf of imprisoned scholars.
The 2019 edition of Winter School "Times and Spaces of Globalization" will examine contemporary challenges to academic freedom and the role of universities in supporting at-risk scholars and promoting university values.
A representative from the SAR Norway section will attend a multidisciplinary workshop aimed at finding, within a limited amount of time, a collective response to the challenge: How can we improve the hosting of people seeking refuge?
SAR staff and a Syrian scholar of archaeology to be featured speakers at the 2018 IMISCOE Annual Conference in Barcelona.
Student Advocacy Day convenes students and faculty participating in SAR's Student Advocacy Seminars for an all-day workshop on advocacy and communications strategies to support scholars and students imprisoned around the world.
Roger Williams University professor and Scholars at Risk (SAR) Student Advocacy Seminar leader Adam Braver will lead a workshop for students and faculty who are interested in ethical-political activism within the space of a collective pedagogy.