The Srebrenica genocide and the war in the Former Yugoslavia have been a
topic of concern for writers and artists across a variety of media. These
pages can be used to see how genocide has been portrayed in art, books and
film. Both those who have an extensive knowledge of Bosnia and those who
are learning about Srebrenica for the first time will be catered for
through these resources. In particular, delegates on our education
programme may find these resources useful in providing them with a wider
context to prepare them for their visit to Srebrenica. Please explore the
resources through clicking on the links below.
Concerning that after a white supremacist killed worshippers at two New Zealand mosques, the number of anti-Muslim hate crimes reported in the UK has increased by 593%. We must reaffirm our commitment to stand up to hatred & not allow such prejudice to flourish in our communities
On this holy day of Friday for Muslims across the world, we join those in New Zealand who have observed the Muslim call to prayer and two minutes of silence in Christchurch's Hagley Park, one week after the terror attacks that killed 50 people at two mosques.
Radovan Karadžić has been sentenced to life, but @suboticjelena draws attention to his cruel legacy which lives on in the Balkans through politicians who deny genocide and refuse to accept the truth about the crimes for which he was convicted. https://t.co/ZStyIvaBb4
Serge Brammertz, former Prosecutor at the ICTY has said that yesterday's ruling should prove even to Karadžić's diehard supporters that he is no hero & he will instead "be remembered by history as a war criminal responsible for horrific human suffering." https://t.co/O1vKooaU6g