Our letter to the president of GWU protesting the unwarranted investigation of Professor Lara Sheehi
Letter addressing ongoing government interventions in Bogazici University autonomy, staffing and internal operations
Our letter of protest to the Turkish government regarding its numerous, multifaceted interventions throughout 2022 in the internal operations, governance and staffing of Bogazici University.
Our letter protesting the unjust imprisonment of Iranian scholar and researcher, Professor Saeed Madani
Our letter to the president of Hamline University protesting the termination of a faculty member on grounds of alleged Islamophobia.
Our letter to the president of Harvard University protesting the denial of a fellowship to Kenneth Roth
Our letter urging Cornell University to protect the academic freedom and personal safety of Professor Samia Henni.
Our letter urging the President of Case Western Reserve University to reconsider its recent statement which equates criticism of the State of Israel with anti-Semitism.
New letter protesting Israel Government revised directive regarding selection of international scholars and students to teach and study in Palestinian Universities.
Letter to Iranian authorities condemning recent attacks on academic institutions, students and teachers protesting government violence & repression.
Letter to Egyptian officials calling for the immediate release of Salah Soltan from his inhumane detention in Egypt.
Letter to Saudi officials regarding the sentencing of University of Leeds PhD student Salma al-Shehab to 34 years in prison.
Letter urging the University of Denver to reconsider its recent public statement concerning Professor Nader Hashemi.
Letter to the Egyptian authorities protesting the protracted detention without trial of Professor Seif Fateen and the inhumane conditions to which he has been subjected.
Letter to Egyptian authorities protesting continued detention, violation of academic freedom of Egyptian scholars
Letter to the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights urging it not to use the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism and its examples to formulate antidiscrimination regulations
Letter to the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights urging it not to use the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism and its examples to formulate antidiscrimination regulations
Letter to the president of John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) protesting the cancellation of the Palestine Lives Conference
Letter to the president of John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY) protesting the cancellation of the Palestine Lives Conference.
Letter to protest the recent spate of aggressions of Palestinian students at Israeli universities, that have included incitement, intimidation and detention. We condemn, as well, the apparent collusion between Israeli security forces and right-wing nationalists in the harassment of Palestinian students.
Ninth letter to the government of Iran regarding the worrisome circumstances of Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali, incarcerated since April 2016 on false charges and sentenced to death. This time, we urge the rescinding of the judiciary's order of execution expected to occur by 21 May 2022.
Fourth letter to Egyptian authorities regarding the case of Waleed Salem, Ph.D. student at University of Washington, arrested in Cairo in 2018, and then released without charges from pre-trial detention, but subjected to a travel ban ever since.
Letter to the Egyptian authorities calling for an independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding the arrest and subsequent death of economics researcher Ayman Hadhoud.
Letter protesting new Israel Government directive regarding selection of international scholars and students to teach and study in Palestinian Universities
Letter to Israeli authorities protesting the Government’s proposed policy regarding the selection of international scholars and students to teach and study in Palestinian universities, giving the Israeli military the unilateral power to select and exclude scholars and students and limiting their numbers significantly, while censoring certain disciplines and foci of research. If implemented, the policy would undermine Palestinian universities' ability to recruit appropriate faculty and curtail Palestinians' academic freedom.
Letter to Iranian authorities objecting to the recent dismissals of Iranian university professors.
Letter to Iranian authorities protesting the reimprisonment of Prof. Fariba Adelkhah.