Remembering Srebrenica and our amazing Community Champions hold events throughout the year across the UK.
7 July – Belfast Islamic Centre – prayers and reflections for Srebrenica with NI Muslim Family Association 10 July – National Commemoration for Northern Ireland, Belfast City Hall 10 July – Stormont – Seminar on Srebrenica with Victims Commisioner 14 July – NIMFA – Prayers for Srebrenica 16 July – Belfast City Hall – Interfaith […]
2 July – St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art – “Uncovering Srebrenica” 10-16 July – Glasgow Central Mosque – Educational Exhibition 10-16 July – Al Furqan – Educational Exhibition 11 July – Braes High School – 8372 Victims of Srebrenica Memorial Project 14 July, 7pm – St Mungo Museum of Religious Life & Art, Glasgow – National […]
6 July – Newcastle City Library – Newcastle City Council Memorial Event 8 July – Newcastle Reform Synagogue – Shabbat Service for Srebrenica 8 July – Carlisle Old Town Hall – Presentation on Srebrenica by Awaz, Carlisle Unity Festival 9-16 July – Bolsover Library – Srebrenica Exhibition 9-16 July – Shirebrook Library – Srebrenica Exhibition 9-16 July – […]
6 July – Manchester, HOME – Film Screening: The Fog of Srebrenica 7 July – NCS Blackburn – Srebrenica Workshop 9 July – Storyhouse, Chester – Film Screening: Halima’s Path 10 July – Manchester Rape Crisis – Workshop on storytelling 11 July – Greater Manchester Police Museum – Understanding the Consequences of Hatred: Lessons from Srebrenica 11 July – Manchester Rape Crisis […]
12 July – Cardiff City FC Foundation – 8372 Srebrenica Memorial Football Tournament 12 July – Headlands School – 8372 Srebrenica Memorial Football Tournament 12 July – Welsh Parliament – Debate on Srebrenica 12 July – The Pierhead – National Srebrenica Commemoration for Wales 14 July – Darul Isra Mosque – Friday prayers dedicated to Srebrenica 14 […]
27 June – Coventry Library – Srebrenica Workshop 30 June – Nottingham Liberal Synagogue – Shabbat Remembrance Service 1 July – Nottingham Liberal Synagogue – Shabbat Remembrance Service 1 July – Bournville School – Bosnia Schools Commemoration 7 July – YMCA, North Staffordshire – Srebrenica Memorial & Community Meal 7 July – Northampton School for Girls – Srebrenica Assembly 8 July – Birmingham Progressive […]
6 July – Cheltenham Municipal Offices – Civic Commemoration for Srebrenica 6 July – Hampshire NUT – Srebrenica Talk 7 July – South West Rape Crisis – Srebrenica Talk 11 July – Bournemouth Council – Film Showing 11 July – Bridport Council – Civic commemoration and Mayor’s speech 11 July – Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support – Rape Crisis […]
29 June to 1 July – West London Synagogue – ‘Witness’ Art Exhibition of paintings by Robert McNeil 29 June – West London Synagogue – Film Screening: The Fog of Srebrenica with Q & A from Director 30 June – West London Synagogue – Shabbat Service with guest speaker, Bosnian survivor Safet Vukalic 30 June – Stoke Newington […]
Walking in solidarity with the survivors of the genocide, our Community Champions across the UK are organising Peace Walks, which mirror the “mars mira” walk which takes place annually from Tuzla to Srebrenica. Full details will be released about this year’s walks shortly, but if you would like to get involved with helping to organise or participate […]
There are some extremely powerful films about the experiences of genocide survivors in Bosnia. This year our Community Champions are organising screenings of the following films: The Fog of Srebrenica: This documentary film shares the precious testimonies of survivors in chronological chapters, with their narrations of the genocide beautifully woven together with music and shots of […]
Remembering Srebrenica was delighted that with the help of our Community Champions, not only did we hold UK and national events in London, Cardiff, Belfast and Glasgow, we also held nearly 200 local commemorations around the UK.
It was the dark stain in Europe’s heart, the worst ethnic cleansing since WW2.
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