Whatever the event, each aims to bring communities together to remember Srebrenica and the consequences of hatred. From education panels to faith events, our programme of events offer the chance to learn, reflect and pledge, to ensure that hatred and division are never allowed to take root in our communities.
This page will be regularly updated with upcoming events. We hope to see you there!
St Barnabas Church, St Barnabas Road, London, E17 8JZ
St Barnabas Church in Walthamstow are hosting a fund raiser for Remembering Srebrenica on Sunday 26th November. The church regularly hosts professional music events, bringing world class music to the magnificent surroundings of one of Walthamstow’s most impressive and historic buildings. Admission is by donation, with all proceeds going to Remembering Srebrenica, making this a true community endeavour. “Music From The East” will showcase Balkan-inspired music alongside a captivating arrangement of Copland’s ‘Appalachian Spring’.
All are welcome to this friendly event – pop in for just a song or for the whole concert. A reception will follow the concert.
Bosnia House, 36 Medley Road, Birmingham, B11 2NE
This evening aims to bring together our Remembering Srebrenica community champions in an informal setting to thank them for their continued dedication and to celebrate some of their achievements in helping to build a safer and more cohesive society. It will also serve as a fantastic way to get to know the vibrant Bosnian community in Birmingham. Join us at Bosnia House on the 30th of November for this special evening to meet your fellow community champions over dinner and celebrate some of their achievements.
This is a ticketed event to cover the cost of dinner and drinks. Tickets are £5 per Adult and £3 per child (under the age of 12). Tickets can be reserved on Eventbrite and bought at the venue.
The Lecture Theatre, Chesterfield Library, New Beetwell Street, Chesterfield, S40 1QN
10 December marks International Human Rights Day which commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This year, Human Rights Day calls on everyone to stand up for someone’s rights and reaffirm our common humanity. Wherever we are, we can make a real difference. In the street, in school, at work, in public transport; in the voting booth, on social media.
To mark this day, Remembering Srebrenica, in conjunction with Chesterfield Interfaith Forum, are hosting a talk on dehumanisation and genocide in relation to Srebrenica and the importance of interfaith relations in the UK. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org register your attendance.
Bushell Hall, Solihull School, Warwick Road, Solihull, B91 3DJ
To mark Holocaust Memorial Day, Remembering Srebrenica and Solihull School will be hosting the British premiere of an award-winning documentary Condemned to Remember. Following the screening, the subject of the film Tomi Reichental, the film maker Gerry Gregg, and survivors from Bosnia-Herzegovina will discuss their stories and the making of the film.
Condemned to Remember depicts an epic journey across a Europe of 82 year old Holocaust survivor Tomi who “has seen all there is to see”. Through visiting Germany, Poland, and finally Bosnia, the tumultuous story of contemporary Europe unfolds. In Bosnia, Tomi meets with Hasan Hasanović and Dr Fatima Dautbašić-Klempic, survivors of the Srebrenica genocide to learn how genocide returned to the heart of Europe just 50 years after the Holocaust. To register your attendance please email: email@example.com or visit the official Eventbrite page