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Al-Azhar Students Test the Legal Limits of Protest In Egypt

Muhammad Mansour | 27 Nov 2013

In a difficult time for Al-Azhar University, 38 more students have been sentenced to prison and one student has died as a result of protests.

Administration Conflict Human Rights Students

In Egypt, 12 Al-Azhar Students Sentenced to 17 Years in Jail

Muhammad Mansour | 15 Nov 2013

Court sentences of 17 years in prison for Al-Azhar university student protestors are being viewed by many human-rights lawyers as being exceptionally harsh.

Academic Freedom Administration Conflict Human Rights Protests Students

Yemen’s Largest University Is Shut Down

Faisal Darem | 14 Oct 2013

Sana’a University has been riddled by student protests, threats of violence, and students’ complaints that they can’t afford the university fees. Administrators say they are trying to bring stability to the chaos.

Academic Freedom Conflict Faculty Refugees

Some Academics Want to ‘Get Off the Sidelines’ to Help Syrians

Tina Kelley | 08 Oct 2013

In a panel discussion at the New School, academics discussed the international community’s efforts to protect the world’s latest “war orphans,” Syrian students and professors.

Academic Freedom Conflict Students

Al Quds University Under Fire

Rasha Faek, Sarah Lynch | 06 Oct 2013

A recent conflict at Al Quds University is part of a pattern of discrimination that prevents many Palestinians from pursuing their education, say Palestinian academics.

Conflict Students

The Battles at Egyptian Universities Broaden

Muhammad Mansour | 02 Oct 2013

Running conflicts at Egyptian universities have taken the life of another student and spread to include a wider political circle.

Conflict Students

Egypt’s Academic Year Is Off to a Rough Start

Muhammad Mansour | 29 Sep 2013

As the academic year began at Egypt’s public universities, conflicts flared between supporters of the military-backed government and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Administration Conflict Students

Easing the Syrian Conflict’s Toll on Higher Education

Rami Zaatari | 18 Sep 2013

War in Syria has pushed professors to emigrate, students to drop out, and destroyed university buildings. But many Syrian universities press on, and there are ways to help them, the author says.

Arts & Culture Conflict Research

Amid Political Chaos, Robbers Steal Egypt’s Heritage

Sarah Lynch | 05 Sep 2013

Bandits with 4-wheel drives and automatic weapons are overwhelming poorly guarded museums and archaeological sites and depriving Egyptians of the chance to fully understand their past.

Conflict Students

Tribal Violence Plagues Jordanian Public Universities

Rasha Faek | 23 Jul 2013

Conflicts at universities in the south of the country are splitting students along tribal lines, threatening institutional stability and driving some students out of the country.




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