The terms of the University of Khartoum’s new draft law, shared with Al-Fanar Media, stipulate how the university will be run and assert its independence.
Days after Sudan’s de facto head of state’s dissolved the councils of public universities, the University of Khartoum is advancing a draft law that would guarantee its independence.
Laila Aboulela is a British-Sudanese writer and novelist whose work explores immigration, Islamic identity and spirituality.
The Woodrow Wilson Center urges Arab governments to bridge digital divide between men and women.
Students hit by Covid-19 school closures face $17 trillion loss in lifetime earnings, says a new report from the World Bank, Unesco and Unicef.
Sudan’s universities are resuming work for students’ sake, but academics continue to protest the army’s role in government. At least five students have died in protests.
Following last month’s military coup, Sudanese academics are again at the forefront of protests demanding the return of civilian rule.
Graduates of Sudan’s historic College of Fine and Applied Arts are helping the school build new courses and attract much-needed donations from abroad.
Mubarak Hemoudi’s paintings relate the stories and ways of life of “forgotten” people in Sudan’s marginalized rural regions.
Al-Fanar Media has updated its database of internationally accredited universities and academic programs in the Arab world. This searchable tool now lists nearly 750 programs and institutions.