This site was part funded by the British Embassy in Sarajevo and provides a wealth of information in different formats explaining the genocide and the events before and after it.
A photo project set up by Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, it honours the memory of the 8,372 men and boys executed at Srebrenica.
Remembering Srebrenica has teamed up with Al-Jazeera Balkans to bring the world a major online learning resource – the Srebrenica Web Genocide Museum.
Faheem Hussain reviews Noel Malcolm’s essential work of history.
Leila Khan reviews Selma Leydesdorff’s astounding collection of testimonies from women who survived the Srebrenica genocide.
Christian Jennings writes about the work that the International Commission on Missing Persons does identifying the remains of the victims of the Srebrenica genocide.
Sam Blan reviews Angelie Jolie’s directorial debut on the Bosnia conflict.
Sara Ahmetović reviews Leslie Woodhead’s insightful and thorough documentary on Srebrencia.
‘Cups of Coffee’ by Aida Sehović is an installation consisting of coffee cups collected from Bosnian families around the world.
Paula Allen and Dr. Lisa DiCaprio’s photographic exhibit entitled ‘The Betrayal of Srebrenica’, illustrates the Srebrenica genocide, which killed 8,372 innocent men and boys.
Artist, Ronald Orphuis, on his vivid paintings of the Srebrenica genocide.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Siege of Sarajevo, 11,541 empty red chairs lined the city’s Maršal Tito Street.
OTHER USEFUL LINKS:
The International Commission on Missing Persons
International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Blog of British Ambassador to BiH, Edward Ferguson
Sarajevo under Siege
Derby Bosnia & Herzegovina Centre
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust
USC Shoah Foundation
The Kigali Memorial Centre