Comprised of over 18 universities, the SAR Australia National Section promotes the values, goals, and activities of the Scholars at Risk Network throughout Australia. The SAR Australia section works to facilitate regional collaboration and coordination of network activities and events in addition to sharing resources and best practices.
SAR Australia member institutions provide advisory services to threatened scholars and university hosts; campaign for scholars who are imprisoned or silenced in their home countries; monitor attacks on higher education communities worldwide; and develop innovative tools and strategies for promoting academic freedom and improving respect for university values everywhere.
The SAR Australia Section was formally launched on August 19, 2021. The launch of the Australia Section represented the culmination of several years of partnership between Australian higher education institutions and the Scholars at Risk Network. The University of the Sunshine Coast will convene the section for its first two years.
Griffith University Joins the Network
August 18, 2021
Griffith University joins the SAR Australia section of the Scholars at Risk Network.Read More
The University of Sydney Joins the Network
August 17, 2021
The University of Sydney joins the SAR Australia section of the Scholars at Risk Network.Read More
The University of Queensland Joins the Network
August 13, 2021
The University of Queensland joins the SAR Australia section of the Scholars at Risk Network.Read More
The University of Western Australia Joins the Network
August 12, 2021
The University of Western Australia joins the SAR Australia section of the Scholars at Risk Network.Read More
Scholars at Risk Network Establishes SAR-Australia Section
August 19, 2021 12:00 am
Leaders from universities across Australia virtually convened on August 19, 2021, to launch the Australia section of Scholars at Risk (SAR).Read More
To learn more about the SAR Australia section, please contact Madeline Everett.
SAR Sections are groups of higher education institutions and associations, that are members of the SAR network, nationally or regionally focused and organized specifically to coordinate participation in SAR activities. Unless otherwise indicated, the views represented by a SAR section, its members, or its affiliates reflect those of the originating author or section, and do not necessarily represent the views of SAR, other SAR sections, individual members, affiliates, board, staff, or sponsors. The use of the SAR name, logo, or other identifying material is for the sole purpose of identifying the relationship of the section, its members, or its affiliates with SAR, subject to approval of such use by the SAR board, as provided in the SAR bylaws.