As a scholar of private law with over a decade of experience, Prof. Dr. Adbullah Shafaee conducts research on family law, constitutional law, property law, Islamic law, and women’s law, among others, and has been involved in drafting and amending
“Afghan scientific expertise scattered, one year on from Taliban takeover” A piece by Rebecca Trager, for Chemistry News. Afghanistan’s research infrastructure may be idling, but students and researchers who managed to escape abroad continue their work and plan to return to
“Afghan chemists are afraid and uncertain.” A piece by Andrea Widener for Chemical and Engineering News. A year ago, women chemists in Afghanistan were excited about the future. Young girls had started to think they didn’t have to be teachers
Scholars at Risk (SAR), in partnership with over 150 higher education institutions, associations, networks, and over 3,500 professionals and students concerned about colleagues in Afghanistan, has sent the below letter to US government officials urging them to take immediate action
On June 4, 2018, a suicide attacker detonated a bomb at the Polytechnic University of Kabul, targeting a meeting of religious scholars, killing at least seven people, and injuring several more.
Scholars at Risk condemns in the strongest terms yesterday's violent attack on the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) in Kabul, and sends condolences to the victims, their families and the AUAF community.