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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.

Human Rights Inequality Language Students

Sub-Saharan Students in Morocco: Both Welcomed and Shunned

Aida Alami | 25 Jul 2013

The Moroccan government has created scholarships for students from central Africa but when the students arrive they are often shocked by the discrimination they run into on the street.

Arts & Culture Human Rights

Arab Stereotypes: How One Academic Fights Them

Rasha Faek | 19 Jun 2013

Educators need to help students in the West to identify and break free of stereotypical images of Arabs, says an academic at New York University.

Gender Human Rights Students

The Fight Against Sexual Harassment on Arab Campuses

Sarah Lynch | 11 May 2013

Women and sympathetic men are organizing against those who sexually harass others in the academic setting.

Academic Freedom Administration Human Rights Politics

‘The University Space Must Be Safe’

Fatma Shim | 12 Mar 2013

Higher-education leaders have rallied around the University of Manouba, which has been the subject of Salafist attacks.

Academic Freedom Human Rights

Dwindling Academic Freedom in the Emirates

Sarah Lynch | 03 Mar 2013

The Emirates aspire to be a cultural and academic hub. But critics say that shrinking rights of expression contradict that goal.




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