Hamit Dardagan

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Hamit Dardagan became the Oxford Research Group's "Consultant on Civilian Casualties in War in March 2007. He is co-founder and principal researcher at Iraq Body Count, where he has made an in-depth study of the research methods of Professor Marc Herold, who pioneered a media-based methodology for estimating civilian deaths in the Afghan war during 2001-02. He has written for Counterpunch, and has undertaken research for a number of organisations, including Greenpeace. He has been chair of Kalayaan a human rights campaign for overseas domestic workers in the UK, which led to significant enhancement in their legal rights." [1]

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  1. Staff, Oxford Research Group, accessed October 7, 2007.