At a time when academic freedom is under threat in numerous countries, the work of SAR to promote academic freedom is invaluable to global science systems. The sanctuary and assistance provided by SAR has enabled hundreds of scholars around the world to freely continue their academic careers in safety. This work has lifelong benefit for individual scholars and their families, but also serves to preserve their skills, knowledge, and intellectual contributions for the benefit of wider society. Thus, the work of SAR directly promotes science, along with other academic disciplines, as a global public good.
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Free to Think 2021
👋 SAR also invites you to save Thursday, December 9 for the launch of their Free to Think 2021 annual report and the presentation of this year’s Courage to Think award. For more, visit the website
The 2021 Prize
All 2021 awardees received an original piece of art by scientific photographer Karl Gaff who specializes in microscopy art. Scholars At Risk received ‘Sunlit Plants’.
Read more about Karl Gaff