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New Campaign: Can you hear me now?

New Campaign: Can you hear me now?

You have probably been in the frustrating situation when you speak in a digital meeting, but no one seems to hear you because you forgot to unmute yourself. What if you were never heard?

Run for elections in SAIH

Run for elections in SAIH

Are you interested in being an elected representative of Norway's largest solidarity organisation for students and academics? Here you will find all you need to run for a SAIH position.

Students and Power in Egypt

Students and Power in Egypt

In February 2018 the Egyptian regime intensified its crackdown on students through adding a number of student activists to its list of terrorists.

Students and Power in Turkey

Students and Power in Turkey

Throughout its history, university students have played an important political role in Turkey. Spearheading the demands for democratic rights and freedom of expression in particular, students continue to find themselves opposed to the powers that be.

Nicaragua: URACCAN one step closer to quality accreditation

Nicaragua: URACCAN one step closer to quality accreditation

The intercultural university URACCAN recently delivered the progress report on the implementation of its Improvement Plan to the National Council for Evaluation and Accreditation (CNEA). The report is another milestone in the long process for achieving official quality accreditation. 

January Action to #SaveAhmad

January Action to #SaveAhmad

SAIH joins Scholars at Risk in taking action on behalf of Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali, a peaceful scholar sentenced to death in Iran.

Radi-Aid Awards 2017: Here are the finalists

Radi-Aid Awards 2017: Here are the finalists

The finalists are ready: Until December 4, people all over the world are invited to vote for their favorites among the 2017 finalists for the Radi-Aid Awards 2017, selected by an international jury.

No more selfies with African kids

No more selfies with African kids

Individuals, organizations and commercial companies have a responsibility to promote ethical social media use, according to creators of a new Social Media Guide for volunteers and travelers.

Academic Freedom For All?

Academic Freedom For All?

SAIH and Scholars At Risk Norway proudly invite all interested individuals, organizations, academics and students to the seminar "Academic Freedom For All? Commercialisation & populism as rising threats to free research".

Dear student, thank you for the tenners!

Dear student, thank you for the tenners!

A new semester is in full motion and the semester fee has been paid. Are you one of those that gave a little extra to SAIH? Here we explain how your contribution will come to use!

A voice that will not be silenced

A voice that will not be silenced

The Students at Risk programme has helped Joana Ruvimbo Mamombe continue her education after she endured sexual assault and beatings in her home country for activist work.