Remembering Srebrenica's Board Chairs condemn Westminster attack and call for unity.
Remembering Srebrenica responds to news of the death of Sir Gerald Kaufman, MP
Mother of Srebrenica, Zumra Šehomerović
Future leaders travelled to Srebrenica as part of Remembering Srebrenica's new 'Future Leaders in Schools' initiative
Bosnian survivor Kemal Pervanic reflects on dangers now facing western democracy.
Students from four schools will be travelling to Bosnia this weekend on a pioneering programme that will inspire them to evoke change in their own communities by learning from the past. Garth Hill College, Huxlow Science College, Sandhurst School and Sir Herbert Leon Academy were selected to be part of this exciting programme. Having previously […]
Remembering Srebrenica celebrated the work of Community Champions in the North West last week at a Cohesive Society Awards dinner in Manchester.
The tireless dedication of volunteers from across the North West will be recognised in Remembering Srebrenica's Cohesive Society Awards this evening.
Leading genocide education charities have come together to condemn Donald Trump’s executive order banning Muslims from seven countries from entering the United States. Remembering Srebrenica, who work to educate people about the lessons to be learned from the genocide in Srebrenica, say that the order is discriminatory and will lead to further dehumanisation of people […]
Marking this year's Holocaust Memorial Day, we look at how our Community Champions helped to promote the theme of how can life go on.
Representatives from Srebrenica's three country and six regional boards met in Birmingham on 21st January to discuss plans for 2017.
On the third anniversary of South Sudan’s war, Remembering Srebrenica has joined with other genocide charities from around the world to call for action to prevent a genocide from occurring in South Sudan. The full text of the letter is reproduced below: Holocaust and genocide memorials: Stop a possible genocide in South Sudan 15 December […]