Remembering Srebrenica joins the Bosnian Jewish community and the larger Bosnian Community in condemning the Bleiburg commemoration event. Remembering Srebrenica UK, as a charity which focuses on Bosnian genocide education and warning about the consequences of hate, condemns the commemorative event for the Bleiberg victims planned to take place in Sarajevo on May 16 , […]
Bosnians and Herzegovinan’s across the world are being asked to contribute their stories, pictures and personal items to create a unique virtual museum to mark the 25th anniversary of the genocide. Remembering Srebrenica is appealing for submissions relating to the war, genocide and its aftermath in time for the online unveiling of the museum during […]
Remembering Srebrenica is saddened to confirm that the UK’s National Srebrenica Memorial Day service at St Paul’s Cathedral on July 6 has been postponed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It will now take place next year instead. This follows the postponement of HRH Prince Charles visit to Srebrenica to pay respect at the graves of the innocent […]
Remembering Srebrenica welcomes the guilty plea of the Christchurch Mosque terrorist and is relieved the hate-filled Serbian ideology which inspired the murder of 51 innocent Muslims will not get the oxygen of publicity during a trial. Australian Brenton Tarrant pleaded guilty to 51 murders, 40 attempted murders and a charge of terrorism for committing last March’s atrocity […]
Remembering Srebrenica has launched brand new online education resources for teachers to use during the unprecedented coronavirus school shutdown. With teachers across the country in need of quality online resources to fill entire timetables with remote learning, Remembering Srebrenica has this week added new free-to-use lessons to its website, increasing its educational output to 11 […]
Remembering Srebrenica can confirm that HRH Prince of Wales visit to Srebrenica next week has been cancelled due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. The Prince was going to meet Bosnian genocide survivors to mark the 25th anniversary of when 8,732 Muslims were murdered in what the UN described as “the worst atrocity to happen on […]
Remembering Srebrenica UK’s visit to Belfast was a resounding success after dignitaries, politicians, faith leaders and pupils were all moved by the stories of Bosnian survivors. President of the Association of the Mothers of Srebrenica and Žepa Enclaves Munira Subašić and Remembering Srebrenica Director in Bosnia Elmina Kulašić were invited by Belfast City Council to speak […]
https://youtu.be/G5Z3pQSLbvk Council leaders have passed a motion to commemorate the victims of the Srebrenica genocide, in which more than 8,000 people, predominantly Muslim men and boys, were killed during the Bosnian War. Ahead of the 25th anniversary in July 2020, leaders unanimously backed the motion brought to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) meeting on […]
Former forensic investigator, Ron Turnbull’s new book, ‘From the Flying Squad to Investigating War Crimes’ highlights his secondment to The Hague to continue war crime investigations in the Balkans as a UN investigator and Head of the Evidence Unit of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) assisting in the trials of Radovan Karadzic […]
The UK Atrocity Prevention Working Group have asked party leaders for clear commitments during the 2019 General Election to more effective, accountable prevention & protection approaches. Read the full text of the letter below: Dear party leaders, We write as members of the UK Civil Society Atrocity Prevention Working Group and as representatives of organisations […]
Community Engagement and Communications Manager, Hayyan Bhabha spoke with Mike from West Yorkshire’s Christian Radio, Branch FM. They discussed Remembering Srebrenica’s North West Board receiving the prestigious Queens Award for Voluntary Service in August, and why it is important to raise awareness with young people in the UK of what led to the Srebrenica genocide in […]
Councillor Noordad Aziz of Hyndburn Borough Council and Remembering Srebrenica UK’s North West Board member and Community Champion has been a tireless and committed supporter of the charity in the North West. On 16 October 2019, Noordad spoke at neighbouring Burnley Council encouraging councillors to support the work of Remembering Srebrenica UK and to mark the […]
In Prijedor, over 3,000 mainly Bosniak Muslims were murdered throughout the genocidal ethnic cleansing campaign committed by Serb forces.
This Saturday we’ll be broadcasting a discussion with a survivor of Prijedor and the Omarska Concentration Camp; Satko Mujagić.
Close to 1,000 remains of those murdered in the Prijedor region were found in 2013. 17 years after the end of the war.
Over 3,000 people were murdered in the Prijedor region. Many Bosnian Muslims have still not found the remains of their loved ones.
Another excellent Remembering Srebrenica NI meeting making plans for July - this time all on-line. Plenty will be taking place - watch this space. And don't forget the main commemoration on these islands will be shown at 7pm on 11th July - details on how to watch will follow.