Ten Years of Protecting Academic Freedom - What will the Future Bring?
Scholars at Risk - Norway Section will mark its 10 years anniversary by discussing how its member institutions and society at large can strengthen academic freedom in the the time to come, by also learning from past experiences.
Registration deadline extended to 19.9
We plan for a physical live event in Oslo, which will also be available on zoom for registered online participants.
If you want to ask questions to the panels, go to sli.do and use the pass code #036519 for the event.
Welcome and introductions
|12:25-12:35||Music by Marthe Valle|
|12:35-13:15||Keynote: Academic freedom and democracy: Threats and prospects
Prof. Michael Ignatieff, former Rector and President, Central European University
Academic freedom in Europe and beyond
Moderator: Dr. Liv Tønnesen, Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)
|14:15-14:20||Music by Marthe Valle|
|14:20-14:40||Students as human rights defenders
|14:40-14:50||Greeting from Scholars at Risk Europe - Current Challenges
Sinead O'Gorman, Director of Scholars at Risk-Europe
|14:50-15:00||Greetings from SAR scholars hosted in Norway, (film)|
How can we protect academic freedom, and whose responsibility is it?
Moderator: Prof. Elisabeth Staksrud, Chair of the SAR committee at the University of Oslo
What does the future of SAR Norway look like?