A delegation of Welsh politicians, journalists and teachers travelled from Wales to Bosnia in August 2016 on the "Lessons from Srebrenica" programme. In this video four of the delegates talk about what the experience means to them and what lessons they'll take back to their country.
'The world will judge their claim of no genocide with evidence. A thief never admits he is a thief, but justice can be delivered through evidence'. Chair of the Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights hits back at claims by Aung San Suu Kyi https://t.co/AVU6agztn8.
In the lead up to the holidays, we are suggesting books for people looking for something Bosnia related to read over the Christmas period. A moving depiction of life and death during the siege of Sarajevo.
"I was proud of the Swedish Academy, but all I feel now is shame and guilt'. The words of the journalist Christina Doctare who has returned her 1988 Nobel Prize in protest against the decision to honour Peter Handke with the literature prize https://t.co/74pmtUtnS8.
'Following the award ceremony on December 10, the Swedish Academy will have secured for itself a new place in history: as an enabler of genocide denial'. https://t.co/G2PJmbdzW2