The Norwegian Section of Scholars at Risk (SAR), SAR-Norway, was launched in 2011. All Norwegian universities, as well as several public and private HEIs, are members. In addition, the Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions, the Researchers Union and SAIH are associated members.
The Norwegian section shall first and foremost promote SAR’s core values, mission and activities in Norway, and coordinate and carry out joint activities and initiatives. SAR-Norway is headed by an elected Steering Committee, which serves for a period of 2 years. The head of the Steering Committee also serves as secretariat. There are membership meetings twice a year and a General Assembly every 2 years.
SAR-Norway works with national and international organizations working to promote Human Rights and to protect Human Rights Defenders, and seeks continuously to expand the network.
Between 20 and 30 scholars have been hosted by Norwegian HEIs since the start of SAR-Norway in 2011.
September 21, 2021 12:00 pm
Domus Academica, Gamle festsal, UiO
Scholars at Risk - Norway Section will mark its 10 years anniversary by discussing how its member institutions and society at large can strengthen academic freedom in the the time to come, by also learning from past experiences.Read More
For questions about the Norwegian section of Scholars at Risk, please contact the current head of the SAR Norway section: Karen-Lise Scheie Knudsen ( firstname.lastname@example.org) from the University of Agder.
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