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Title:NCH Campaigns 1995-2014
Date of publishing:July 28, 2010
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NCH Campaigns 1995-2014

 

2014
India: Wendy Doniger (historian of religion) [
1]

2013
Turkey: Ayşe Berktay (historian) [1][2]
Azerbaijan: Akram Aylisli (novelist) [
1][2]

2011
Turkey: Büşra Ersanlı (political scientist, constitutional law expert, historian) [1][2][3][4][5][6]
Azerbaijan: Jabbar Savalan (history student) [
1][2]
Iran: Seyed Hossein Javdani (history lecturer) [
1]
Rwanda: Agnes Uwimana & Saidati Mukakibibi (journalists) [
1]
Iran: Fatemeh Masjedi (historian) and Maryam Bidgoli [
1]

2010
Russia (Ingushetia): Mukhmed Gazdiev (retired history teacher) [
1]

2009
Peru: Salomón Lerner Febres (former truth commission president) [
1]

2008
Russia: Memorial [
1]
Uzbekistan: Anonymous (historian of Central Asia/Turkestan) [
1]
China / Turkey: Lü Gengsong, Shi Tao, Tohti Tunyaz, Dolma Kyab / Hrant Dink, Ragip Zarakolu [
1]
Iran: Anonymous (historian of Iranian and Turkish history) [
1]

2007
Haiti: Wilson Mesilien & Lovinsky Pierre-Antoine (coordinators 30 September Foundation) [
1]
Iran: Mehrnoushe Solouki (filmmaker and journalism graduate student) [
1][2]
Iraq: Anonymous (historian of modern period/Turkish and Ottoman history) [
1]
China: Lü Gengsong(history graduate and writer) [
1][2][3]
Turkey: Hrant Dink (journalist) [
1][2][3]
Iraq: Five historians [
1]
China: Anonymous (Uighur historian and anthropologist) [
1]

2006
China: Dolma Kyab (Tibetan history teacher and writer) [
1][2][3]
USA: Waskar Ari (Bolivian Aymará historian) [
1]

2005
Iran: Yasub al-Din Rastgari (shi’a scholar) [
1]
Peru: Luis Alberto Rueda Curimania (archaeologist) a.o. [
1][2]
Turkey: Orhan Pamuk (writer) [
1][2][3]
Armenia: Yektan Turkyilmaz (cultural anthropologist) [
1][2]

2004
Turkey: Hakan Albayrak (journalist) [
1]
Bangladesh: Humayun Azad (author of historical novel) [
1]
Turkmenistan: Rakhim Esenov (author of historical novel) a.o. [
1][2][3]

2003
Kuwait: Yasser al-Habib (writer) [
1][2][3][4][5]
Guatemala: Fredy Peccerelli (forensic anthropologist) a.o. [
1][2][3][4][5][6]
Kazakhstan: Anonymous (art historian, archaeologist) [
1]

2002
Argentina: Fernanda Sanssone (archaeology student) [
1]
Iran: Hashem Aghajari (historian) [
1][2][3][4][5][6]
Guatemala: Forensic anthropology foundations [
1][2]
China: Xu Zerong (historian) [
1]

2001
Guatemala: Matilde Leonor González Izas (historian) [
1]
China: Tohti Tunyaz (historian) [
1][2][3]
Turkey: Emrullah Karagoz (archaeology student) [
1][2][3][4]

2000
Ethiopia: Badada Bayene (history student) a.o.[
1][2]
India: Anonymous (historian) [
1]
Burma / Myanmar: Ma Khin Khin Leh (history teacher) a.o. [
1]
China: Song Yongyi (American librarian) [
1][2][3]

1999
Palestinian Authority: Abdulsittar Qassem (historian) a.o.[
1][2][3][4]
Guatemala: Juan Gerardi (auxiliary archbishop) [
1]
Ethiopia: Gamachu Malka Fufa (Oromo writer) a.o.[
1]

1998
Mexico: Andrés Aubry (historian, anthropologist) a.o. [
1]
Palestinian Authority: Wael Ali Farraj (history student) [
1]
Burma / Myanmar: Ko Aung Tun, U Myo Htun (historians) [
1][2][3]
Rwanda: Philomène Mukabarali (college director) [
1]

1996
China: Wang Dan (history student) [
1]
Albania: Elvira Shapplo (historian) a.o. [
1]