AJ Impact

Harvard gets more money from China than any US university

China gave US universities nearly $1bn in gifts and contracts since 2013, but closer ties may be in jeopardy.

Harvard gets more money from China than any US university

Europe

UK denies 'outstanding' Cambridge sociologist permanent residency

UK says it wants to draw global talent but denies residency to Asiya Islam, who has lived in the country for 10 years.

UK denies 'outstanding' Cambridge sociologist permanent residency

Education

'Overreaction': China students stuck as Australia closes border

A ban on non-citizens travelling from or through China is leading to chaos in Australia’s university sector.

'Overreaction': China students stuck as Australia closes border

Rohingya

'Great news': Bangladesh allows education for Rohingya children

Under new programme, 10,000 Rohingya boys and girls to be enrolled in grades 6 to 9, a move hailed by rights groups.

'Great news': Bangladesh allows education for Rohingya children

AJ Impact

US Supreme Court tackles public aid to religious schools

US churches and Christian groups have pushed for years to expand access to public dollars for religious schools.

US Supreme Court tackles public aid to religious schools

Pakistan

How blackmail, harassment forced Pakistani women from university

Many parents pull out their daughters from Balochistan University after CCTV footage was used to blackmail students.

How blackmail, harassment forced Pakistani women from university

India

India's JNU attacked: 'We thought ... we all will lose our lives'

Students and teachers at premier university recount the horrors of Sunday night's violence that injured dozens.

Opinion

We, the Rohingya youth, demand our right to an education

The world needs to stop viewing us as victims and help us gain the tools we need to forge a new path for Myanmar.

JN Joniad

by JN Joniad

JN Joniad

AJ Impact

Italy's education chief quits over lack of funds for ministry

Fioramonti wanted education spending raised by $3.3bn; Italy spends the lowest proportion on learning in the OECD.

Italy's education chief quits over lack of funds for ministry

101 East

Singapore: Top of the Class

101 East goes inside Singapore's schools to find out why the nation's students top the global leader board.

Indigenous rights

'Decolonise and re-indigenise': The Ojibwe language warrior

Anton Treuer is part of a movement of indigenous Americans reclaiming the power and authority of their people.

'Decolonise and re-indigenise': The Ojibwe language warrior

AJ Impact

Women may have to wait more than 250 years for economic parity

This is despite an improvement in political, education and health opportunities for women, says WEF report.

Women may have to wait more than 250 years for economic parity

India

Protests erupt in Indian cities over citizenship law

Police use force inside university campuses as people in many parts of India protest citizenship law for a fifth day.

Latin America

Colombia Protests: Anger over president's economic plan

University students and union members keep leading strike but as days go by larger sectors of society have been championing protest and its demands.

Opinion

To survive, we need intersectional solidarity

From London to Beirut to Santiago and New Delhi, protesters need to build solidarity networks.

Catherine Rottenberg

by Catherine Rottenberg
- Neve Gordon

Catherine Rottenberg