Our Fellows

2021-2022 marks the 10th year of the AHDA fellowship program. Since 2012, the fellowship has hosted at least 106 fellows who represent over 48 countries and territories. Below please find information regarding the professional interests and accomplishments of fellows and alumni. While at Columbia, fellows design individual projects that address some aspect of a history of gross human rights violations in their society, country, and/or region.

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Natalia Petrova
Natalia Petrova, 2016
Russian Federation
Velma Šarić
Velma Šarić, 2016
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Louisa Slavkova
Louisa Slavkova, 2016
Bulgaria
Marijana Toma
Marijana Toma, 2016
Serbia
Nora Ahmetaj
Nora Ahmetaj, 2015
Kosovo
Niđzara Ahmetašević
Niđzara Ahmetašević, 2015
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Margarita Akhvlediani
Margarita Akhvlediani , 2015
Georgia
Friederike Bubenzer
Friederike Bubenzer, 2015
South Africa
Harout Ekmanian
Harout Ekmanian, 2015
Armenia
Dogu Eroglu
Dogu Eroglu , 2015
Turkey
Espérance Chantal Gatore
Espérance Chantal Gatore, 2015
Burundi
Nayla Khodr Hamadeh
Nayla Khodr Hamadeh, 2015
Lebanon
Hasini Haputhanthri
Hasini Haputhanthri, 2015
Sri Lanka
Deo Okot Komakech
Deo Okot Komakech , 2015
Uganda
Pawel Nowacki
Pawel Nowacki, 2015
Poland