Peace & Conflict
The Sierra Leone Memory Project
The Sierra Leonean Memory Project is an oral-history project dedicated to recording testimonies from those who survived the civil war in Sierra Leone.
Teaching Nepali Students about the Horrors of Extremism
Senior Fellow Subhash Ghimire, inspired by his Fellowship, brought the story of Anne Frank to Nepali students to discuss the risks of extremism.
Simulation Games for Teaching Human Rights and Active Citizenship in Post-Soviet Moldova
Senior Fellow Zachariah Falconer-Stout helped organize the creation and deployment of two simulation games on human rights and active citizenship in Moldova.
Toward Durable Solutions for the Internally Displaced in Bosnia & Herzegovina
To gain a more intimate understanding of life as an Internally Displaced Person (IDP) in Bosnia, Senior Fellows Chad and Aida gathered a diverse team to conduct a qualitative, substantive survey of the residents of Tasovčići Collective Center, a housing area for IDPs on the outskirts of Mostar.
Gender-Based Violence in Refugee Settings
Senior Fellow Annie Gavin coordinated a panel presentation on the unique challenges women face in refugee settings.
When I Fall Silent, Silent Falls the World
When I Fall Silent, Silent Falls the World is a campaign aimed at debunking stereotypes and spreading knowledge about the situation Roma people found themselves in as a result of the armed conflict in Kosovo through film screenings, discussions and exhibitions of photography.
Conflict Resolution Workshop
Senior Fellow Jelena Barac led a conflict resolution workshop that consisted of interactive exercises with a focus on de-escalation and communication skills.
Al Karama- Testimonies
Al Karama- Testimonies provides a platform for unheard voices and displays Syrian artists' views and their appeals to the international community.
Most Mira Youth Festival – Senior Fellows Study Trip
Most Mira Youth Festival - Senior Fellows Study Trip was created by Humanity in Action Senior Fellow Nick Micinski in partnership with Most Mira, to bring senior fellows to the annual festival in north Bosnia to reflect on the role of art and young people in post-conflict reconciliation in addition to leading workshops and publishing a joint report.
Fellows then channeled their questions into creative energy to build an art-meets-activism "artivism" campaign to address the politicized and charged borders of Bosnia and Herzegovina, more specifically, of Sarajevo.