The 2016 Alliance for Historical Dialogue and Accountability (AHDA) Fellowship Program is now open. The AHDA Fellowship is a unique opportunity for practitioners who are interested and engaged in historical dialogue work to participate in both training and academic study at Columbia University. Fellows have included representatives of civil society organizations, journalists, filmmakers, teachers and artists. This year, Lebanese Association for History Secretary General Nayla Hamadeh completed her fellowship at AHDA, focusing on historical dialogue and the sensitive past. The Fellowship seeks to build a network of historical dialogue advocates, to foster a dynamic academic environment for Fellows to initiate and develop new projects, and to facilitate discussion about the past in their respective societies. Read more about the programme.
The deadline for applications is 29 February, 2016. For more information, visit the AHDA page.