Scholars at Risk offers a variety of opportunities for faculty, students, professionals, and other interested individuals to engage in SAR’s work. From joining SAR’s network as an individual member to collaborating with fellow scholars and students through advocacy campaigns and working groups, we can all take steps towards a more #free2think world.
Contact us to learn more about getting involved in one of the following opportunities.
Invite a Virtual “About SAR” Presentation for Your Institution
Consider inviting a SAR staff member to meet virtually with colleagues to share more information about SAR and opportunities available for members of the network.
Volunteer Proofreader Initiative
Assist in the academic advancement and trajectory of SAR scholars as they (re)establish their academic careers in exile.
About the Scholars in Prison Project
Take action on behalf of scholars and students facing imprisonment, as a result of peaceful expression and association.
Academic Freedom Monitoring Project
Researchers partner with SAR to document and analyze attacks on higher education, including physical violence, imprisonment, prosecution, professional retaliation, travel restrictions, and other forms of attacks.
Student Advocacy Seminars
Guided by faculty, students develop hands-on human rights research and advocacy skills while supporting imprisoned scholars and the right to be #free2think.
Academics and students from around the world collaborate on research and advocacy projects related to academic freedom and higher education.
Workshops and Conferences
Join fellow scholars, students and professionals from around the world in discussing seminal issues facing higher education and developing solutions to strengthen the university space.
2021-22 Mellon/SAR Academic Freedom Workshop & Fellowships
2021-22 MELLON/SAR ACADEMIC FREEDOM WORKSHOP & FELLOWSHIPS Scholars at Risk (SAR) is pleased to announce a call for applications for remote research fellowships for early career researchers studying, writing and/or teaching on academic freedom and/or related higher education values, made