Bayar Mustafa
Tuesday, October 1, 2019

AHDA 2018 Fellow Bayar Mustafa, Ph.D. following the experience at the Columbia University fellowship program co-edited a book entitled "Beyond ISIS: History and Future Religious Minorities in Iraq" (2019). The link to the publication - here. Bayar Mustafa is based at the Department of International Relations, The American University of Kurdistan.

Korab Krasniqi
Tuesday, October 1, 2019

AHDA 2018 Fellow Korab Krasniqi was involved in the publication and exhibition on the issue of missing persons from the war in Kosovo. The exhibition was installed at the premises of Kosovo Assembly and the memory book with stories of family members of the missing was published in three languages (English, Albanian, and Serbian).

Marial Quezada
Monday, September 30, 2019

Marial Quezada graduated in May 2018 with her Master's from ISHR, where she concentrated in Indigenous Peoples' rights and Education.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
On September 24, 2019 AHDA 2019 fellows participated in the talk: "The Danger of Forgetting: Memorialization, Memory, and Transitional Justice" at Columbia Law School.
Thursday, September 19, 2019

Led by 2019 Advocate Joanita Warry Ssenfuka, Freedom and Roam-Uganda (FARUG) is featured in a photograph by GSAPP alumnus and documentary photographer Daniella Zalcman at this year’s Photoville in NYC. Daniella has documented Uganda’s LGBTQ population multiple times since 2011 to explore the roots of homophobia and anti-gay legislation in East Africa. FARUG is a lesbian, bisexual, and queer diverse persons’ organization that advocates for the respect, protection, and fulfillment of their rights and reinforces feminist culture and narrative.