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.
Ella de Lange from the SAR-UAF network in the Netherlands and Belgium will represent SAR at a seminar in Brussels on Migration, Asylum and Social Inclusion in Higher Education and Research.
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, SAR, the Scholar Rescue Fund, and the Council for At-Risk Academics will convene a workshop to facilitate the exchange of expertise among institutions in Germany that are hosting or interested in hosting threatened researchers.
Students and faculty involved in SAR's Student Advocacy Seminars will gather for a day of hands-on skills-building and advocacy training, followed by a day of meetings in the capital.
The EC’s Directorate General for Research and Innovation will hold the S4R workshop, "European Research with a View to Integrating Refugees," with SAR's Sinead O'Gorman as a session co-facilitator.
Scholars at Risk, the University of Oslo, UNICA, and the University of Ljubljana will hold a new staff training opportunity on 19-23 June 2017 at the University of Oslo.
The University of London, School of Advanced Study’s Human Rights Consortium will host a conference discussing the increasing rate of attacks on human rights defenders and academics around the world. The workshop will aim to contribute to the global effort
Jesse Levine, SAR’s Senior Advocacy Officer, will present on the SAR Academic Freedom Monitoring Project at a workshop on Academic Freedom For Leaders Of University Teachers Associations in West Africa.
On October 17-18, SAR will take part in the launch of the ‘Academic Refuge’ project at the University of Oslo, Norway. The three-year project is a partnership between the University of Oslo, the Scholars at Risk Network, UNICA, and the
SAR held a three-day workshop in Geneva, Switzerland, to introduce representatives of SAR member institutions, sections and partner networks to the SAR Academic Freedom Monitoring Project.
The Humboldt Foundation, supported by the Federal Foreign Office and in cooperation with the Scholars at Risk Network (SAR), the Scholar Rescue Fund (SRF), and the Council for At-Risk Academics (CARA), is convening a workshop to facilitate the exchange of