The 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide which, was due to be held in St Paul’s Cathedral but could not go ahead due to COVID-19, will now be marked in the UK this Saturday at 7pm with the UK National Srebrenica Memorial Day Ceremony taking place entirely online, allowing people across the UK and around the […]
One year after William Hague and Angelina Jolie visited Srebrenica some 350 British people have learned the lessons from genocide at first hand – thanks to Remembering Srebrenica’s flagship educational visits programme.
The rehabilitation of war criminals responsible for the deaths of so many cannot continue. Survivors of genocide throughout Bosnia are still burying their loved ones, while war criminals openly live and are celebrated. #BosnianGenocide
This week marks the opening of the Srebrenica-Potočari Memorial Centre where 600 victims of the Bosnian genocide were buried in 2003. Since then the Memorial Centre continues to hold a yearly mass burial and memorialise the genocide as well as its victims and survivors.
Today marks #InternationalPeaceDay. Established in 1981 by unanimous UN resolution, Peace Day provides a shared goal and commitment to a culture of peace. As a charity that works to memorialise the Bosnian Genocide, we remain committed to educating on the importance of peace.