Remembering Srebrenica strongly condemns the deplorable actions that were on display during a gathering of supporters of the far-right Chetnik paramilitary in Višegrad who came together to commemorate the arrest of their founder Draža Mihailović. Dressed in uniform, supporters were heard chanting songs containing shocking words such as “there will be hell, the Drina will be bloody, […]
We are absolutely disgusted that a bag of pig entrails was left at the Srebrenica genocide memorial on Orthodox Christmas Eve followed by the singing of fascist songs. This stands in contrast with the true meaning of Christmas, being that of love and unity. This vile, Islamophobic behaviour is not an isolated event, but comes […]
Remembering Srebrenica pays tribute to Lord Paddy Ashdown
Local politicians, faith leaders, educators and activists gathered in London for an awards ceremony earlier this month to celebrate the contributions of individuals from across the capital who are bringing communities together to help tackle hatred and intolerance. The event was organised by Remembering Srebrenica’s London and South East Board and aimed to bring together […]
On 25th November, Minister for Faith, Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth officially opened ‘Bosnia House’ in Birmingham – the national Bosnian community centre that serves more than 10,000 Bosnians living in the UK. This was a historic moment for a community that survived genocide and ethnic cleansing in Europe and found refuge in the UK. Over […]
We are devastated by Saturday’s evil, hate filled and anti-Semitic attack at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg. We at Remembering Srebrenica, along with our 7 regional boards, 3 country boards and over 1,200 Community Champions stand in solidarity with the Jewish community in Pittsburg, the US and around the whole world. As we […]
Remembering Srebrenica are looking for volunteers to represent us at 5kms, 10kms, Half or Full Marathons anywhere in the UK. Taking part in an organised run on behalf of Remembering Srebrenica is a great way to help raise awareness of genocide and the consequences of hatred if left unchecked. If you are planning to take […]
Two of Remembering Srebrenica’s partners, Safet Vukalić and Redbridge Council, have been shortlisted for two No2H8Crime awards in recognition of their efforts to challenge hatred. Safet Vukalić is a survivor of the Bosnian Genocide and ethnic cleansing. He was born in 1976 in the city of Prijedor, North West Bosnia and lived a normal life […]
On Monday 27th August, the Minister for Faith, Lord Bourne, made a poignant visit to Sarajevo and Srebrenica– the site of the worst atrocity on European soil since the Second World War. During the visit which has been organised by the UK charity Remembering Srebrenica, Lord Bourne heard testimony from survivors of genocide and ethnic […]
The recent assertion from the President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, that the 1995 Srebrenica genocide is ‘untrue’ is a dangerous attempt to rewrite history and stoke division. These comments only add further pain to the survivors of Srebrenica who have already suffered so much grief and loss caused by the genocide. Dr Waqar Azmi […]
It is with deep sadness that Remembering Srebrenica announces the death of Mother of Srebrenica, Hatidža Mehmedović. Hatidža was the beating heart of Remembering Srebrenica since the very start of the charity, speaking to hundreds of delegates over the years and bravely sharing her story to ensure the memory of her children lived on. […]
On the 11th July 2018, over 90 parliamentarians from across the political spectrum, added their name to the Remembering Srebrenica Book of Pledges. By signing the book the MPs committed to stand up to hatred and intolerance and promote a fair, equal and cohesive society for everyone. Among those MPs who promised to remember the […]
On Saturday, thousands gathered in Kozarac for the funeral of 86 Bosnian Muslims killed by Serbs in one of the worst Bosnian War atrocities in Aug 92 where some 200 Bosnian Muslims & Croats from Prijedor were executed at the Korićani Cliffs on Mt. Vlašić.
A year without a #Srebrenica mother, Hatidza Mehmedovic https://t.co/aEeESxAujq #Bosnia, @SrebrenicaUK
Have you signed the pledge yet? So important to learn the lessons of the past so we can move forward together #bridgingthedivide @SrebrenicaUK @SrebrenicaWales https://t.co/8omW52FEJd
We remember Mother Hatidža Mehmedović who passed away a year ago on this day. She was the beating heart of our organisation & a truly remarkable woman who fought tirelessly for justice & against those who sought to rewrite the facts of history. Her legacy will never be forgotten.