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The Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) published a statement in solidarity with Scholars at Risk to take action for Afghanistan's students, scholars, researchers, and civil society actors. ACA joined the Scholars at Risk network and a rapidly growing number of prominent organisations – over 70 at present – in an urgent call for action geared towards the European governments and European Union policy-makers.
Read the full statement on the Scholars At Risk’s website. If you wish to support the appeal, contact SAR and further advocate towards the EU and national level policy makers. ACA and its member organisations remain strong advocates for and supporters of students and scholars at-risk. In recent years, ACA has led two important projects – GREET and CARe – striving to facilitate the integration of students and scholars with a refugee background into the European higher education and research landscapes, as well as into the European research labour market. ACA’s members run many programmes designed to directly assist students and scholars at-risk in different parts of the world.