The Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability (AHDA) 2016 Annual Program Report is now available.
AHDA is an innovative initiative that seeks to examine the historical legacy of conflict, and in particular, the impact that the memory of past violence wields on contemporary politics, societies and cultures.
The AHDA program consists of different initiatives as well as workshops, speaker series, and film screenings; its virtual network serves as a resource for scholars, students and practitioners; the annual conference elaborates on this goal by enabling individuals to meet and share their research and practices with others in the field.
The robust AHDA fellowship program continues to welcome an international group of practitioners to Columbia each fall for a semester of coursework, capacity building, project development and networking opportunities. Click here to learn more about the 2016 Fellows.
Click here to read the full report.
Click here to read past AHDA Program Reports.