SOAS University of London

  • Making human rights work for everyone

    Salil Shetty, Secretary General of Amnesty International to discuss human rights in an age of division - 17 May

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  • China and Siam

    First London exhibition devoted to the Scottish photographer John Thomson - until 23 June 2018

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  • Imagining a world without borders

    Gary Younge, Guardian Editor-at-large will discuss borders and immigration at SOAS - 3 May

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  • Annual SOAS China Institute debate

    Exploring China's economic success in the last four decades

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  • SOAS student meets the Prince of Wales

    Program scholar shares ideas on religious tolerance and counter extremism

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  • Changing perceptions of multilingualism

    SOAS scholars develop classroom teaching materials from the award-winning film Kanraxël: The Confluence of Agnack 

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  • University of London's Leading Women

    SOAS women honoured in campaign celebrating 150 years of women at the university

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  • SOAS University of London rises again in QS rankings

    Four subject areas ranked amongst the world’s top 25

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  • Questions worth asking: The Campaign for SOAS

    Our major fundraising campaign

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SOAS Summer Schools 2018

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Tue 24 Apr

Human Rights in Egypt and Tunisia after the Arab Spring

The panel will address issues of human rights in two major “Arab Spring” countries namely Egypt and Tunisia. The speakers of the panel will highlight the current political and civil rights situation in these countries, and give an insight into future perspectives.