Letter to Israeli authorities regarding the recent sentencing and continued imprisonment of Mais Abu Gush, a Birzeit University student who has been detained since August 2019.
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Letter to Saudi authorities protesting the death in custody and after medical negligence of scholar, rights advocate, and political detainee Dr. Abdullah al-Hamid.
University of Iowa
An open call to submit a proposal or a manuscript to the book series, "Routledge Studies in Islam and Human Rights," which publishes scholarly monographs that examine the rich and complex intellectual and institutional legacy of Islam.
Democracy in the Arab World Now (DAWN)
DAWN is seeking a highly qualified applicant for the position of Egypt Researcher who will focus on investigating, analyzing, and advocating against human rights abuses in Egypt, with a focus on political prisoners in the country.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Participants are invited to submit panel and individual paper submissions for the second biennial symposium of Texas A&M-San Antonio's Global Borders and Borderlands History Program. All submissions are due September 15.
University of Essex/King's College London
Deadline extended to July 31 for papers for a special issue with the Journal for International Press/Politics on media and accountability in the MENA region
Calling for immediate release of Niloufar Bayani and her conservationist colleagues from Iran’s prison
Letter to Iranian authorities calling for the immediate release of Niloufar Bayani and her conservationist colleagues given the abusive detention practices and due process failures of their imprisonment.
Letter to Iranian authorities calling for the immediate release of Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marchal amid their personal health crisis and deteriorating health conditions in the country’s prisons.
Letter to the president and executive vice chancellor of UCSC protesting disciplinary action against striking international graduate students.
Urging immediate release of Patrick Zaki and other scholars from Egyptian state pre-trial detention without justifiable cause
Letter urging the immediate release of Patrick Zaki, student at the University of Bologna, Italy, who has been detained by Egyptian security forces since 7 February 2020 and tortured. Letter also urges the immediate release of all students and scholars held in pre-trial detention without justification.
Letter to U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo regarding the U.S. government’s decision to bar prominent British-Israeli architect Dr. Eyal Weizman from entering the United States. Dr. Weizman had been invited by Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) for the opening of Forensic Architecture’s first major exhibition.
Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver responds to February 20 CAF letter regarding allegations of anti-Semitism.
Letter to the presidents of Pitzer and Pomona colleges regarding allegations by the David Horowitz Freedom Center.
Letter to the Chancellor of UCLA on the Department of Education's Investigation.
A follow-up letter to the administration of Hebrew University with a call for the University to declare its solidarity with Issawiyah and to act immediately to demilitarize the campus.
MESA's Task Force on Civil and Human Rights notes with concern the increasing denial of entry to students, particularly from Iran, with valid visas, as well as reports of deportations and interrogations. MESA has initiated a study of the issues of visa cancelation, border denials, and deportations of students and faculty from the Middle East and North Africa. We are seeking information to better document the challenges faced by those seeking to travel from the MENA region to the US for academic purposes. Please contact visaRA@mesana.org if you would like to provide information regarding these issues.
Concerns regarding Fariba Adelkhah’s hunger strike and the health of Roland Marchal detained in Iran
Letter to Iranian authorities expressing alarm over the health and well-being of French academics Drs. Adelkhah and Marchal detained in Iran.
Letter to Iranian authorities protesting the unlawful arrest of students and unlawful invasion of university space in the aftermath of the downing of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752 on 8 January 2020.
Letter to the president of NYU regarding the Department of Education's investigation of alleged discrimination against Jewish students
Hebrew University reports that they have no involvement with decisions about police activity in response to CAF's 22 January 2020 letter.