2020 marks the 9th year of the AHDA fellowship program. Since 2012, the fellowship has hosted 96 fellows who represent over 47 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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Latife Uluçınar graduated from Boğaziçi University Department of Philosophy. She attended İstanbul Bilgi University’s Cultural Studies Program, and participated in trainings on non-violence, conflict resolution, peace building, oral history, cinema and photography. Uluçınar coordinated projects on cultural diversity, human rights, intercultural dialogue, women and youth in various non-profit organizations.
Since September 2013, Uluçınar has been working at Anadolu Kültür as a coordinator of the project BAK: Revealing the City through Memory, which brings young people together from different cities in the east and west of Turkey, with the aim of building intercultural dialogue through collaborative artistic productions that focuses on social and collective memory.