The head of the Algerian National Council for University Morals and Ethics launched the investigation after student groups raised complaints.
As the world observes World Refugee Day, Hadeel Abdelhameed relates how she fled a conflict zone and rebuilt her academic career in Australia.
International academic groups are urging the global science community to advocate for helping Ukraine’s displaced scientists and scholars.
The Palestinian politician and academic launched an intitiative to teach fellow women prisoners while herself in jail. Now she works to ensure the effort continues.
Scholars at a symposium held by the London School of Economics got at the topic through the perspectives of Arab media and cultures.
Student elections are watched with wide interest in Palestine, where the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority has not allowed any parliamentary elections since 2006.
The suicide of a talented student at Sana’a University has drawn attention to the lack of psychiatrists and psychological support services in the war-torn country.
Returning students complain that Morocco has been slow to integrate them into programmes at home. They also object to having to pass placement tests.
International academic groups call on Israel to drop restrictions that would limit foreign scholars’ ability to study and work at universities in the West Bank.
A study of gender-based violence in Egypt and Morocco looks at how each country has tackled the problem and tries to identify the best policies from each.