Teenagers campaign to raise awareness of genocide BBC News – School Report, December 2015 Your District: The Strettons – Srebrenica talk Ludlow Advertiser, November 2015 Scots saved us after we went through hell The Sunday Times, November 2015 – full text of article can be found here A lesson in history that shamed the world […]
‘Living sculpture’ built to remember Bosnian War victims ITV Border, September 2015 Ladies go to war at Traquair Southern Reporter, August 2015 Conservative leader will ask the questions at Traquair Peeblesshire News, August 2015 Citywealth Future Leaders List 2015 – First Edition Citywealth, August 2015 (Kate Molan – p8) Bosnia’s grim tale of genocide Yorkshire […]
Northampton mosque holds memorial service to mark 20th anniversary of Srebrenica Northampton Chronicle, June 2015 Leading Scots humanitarian: ‘Failing to intervene in Syria is not the right answer’ Sunday Herald, June 2015 Yusuf Islam composes song for Remembering Srebrenica Radio Sarajevo, June 2015 (Google translate needed) Twenty years after the Bosnian massacre at Srebrenica, the bereaved […]
Hampton School students hear Hasan’s survival tale Richmond & Twickenham Times, March 2015 Hasan recounts his survival story to Feltham students Get London, March 2015 Bradford welcomes Hasan to tell survival story Bradford Telegraph & Argus, March 2015 Hasan Hasanović and UK school children talk to John Humpries BBC R4 Today, March 2015 – interview […]
This week will mark 25 years since the genocide in Srebrenica where over 8,000 Bosnian Muslim people were murdered due to hate. We remember the innocent lives taken and join @SrebrenicaUK in commemorating these atrocities so that Never Again becomes Never again.
Today marks 25 years since the Bosnian genocide in Srebrenica, where more than 8,000 people were murdered on the basis of their ethnicity and religion. We join @SrebrenicaUK in remembering those whose lives were taken #Srebrenica25 https://t.co/bQIAaMKF8q
25 years ago, during July 1995, more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were murdered. The Srebrenica genocide leaves an indelible mark on our recent history and shows what can happen when prejudice and intolerance destroys our communities. Let's remember together.