Today, in unprecedented circumstances at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), a Bosnian Croat defendant said he had taken poison to protest against the upholding of his 20-year jail term for war crimes. Remembering Srebrenica calls for the eyes of the world to remain on victims, survivors and the process of justice, rather […]
Tomorrow marks an important day in the fight for justice for the victims of Srebrenica and other atrocities committed during the Bosnian war, with the verdict in the trial of Radovan Karadžić due to be handed down by the Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) .
Remembering Srebrenica is calling on Britain’s young people to stand up to hatred and join with older generations to create a safer, stronger society in the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.
Al Jazeera Balkans has launched a new interactive website marking next year's 20th anniversary of the end of the siege of Sarajevo.
Some 20 community activists from across England travelled to Bosnia & Herzegovina in December 2015 on our 'Lessons from Srebrenica' visits programme.
A group of people from Manchester travelled to Bosnia & Herzegovina with our 'Lessons from Srebrenica' educational visits programme to witness at first-hand the testimony of survivors and Mothers who lost loved ones in the Srebrenica genocide.
Hatidža lost her husband and two sons in the Srebrenica genocide. With other civilians, she tried to find protection in the UN base at Potočari, only to find that troops led by Ratko Mladić had taken over and begun days of killing and torture. Here, she explains why it is important that we remember what […]
Remembering Srebrenica: 20 Years On is an outstanding documentary, which examines the horror and inhumanity of what happened at Srebrenica.
‘Silent Emotions’ tells the stories of genocide survivor Nedžad Avdić and Srebrenica mother Hatidža Mehmedović.
‘Remembering Srebrenica: 20 Years On’ tells the stories of genocide survivor Nedžad Avdić and Srebrenica mother Hatidža Mehmedović.
Five young people born in the year of the Srebrenica genocide take a journey into the heart of darkness in a new BBC documentary.
Remembering Srebrenica Champion and Chairman of its West Midlands Board Cllr Tom Reynolds talks to Stoke City and Bosnia & Herzegovina international goalkeeper Asmir Begović on the importance of holding Srebrenica Memorial Day. Asmir reveals why he believes it is vital that we continue to mark the anniversary of the genocide; why it is crucial that we never forget.
“No blacks' graffiti painted on door of 10-year-old's Salford home”. Greater Manchester Police @gmpolice should have taken this seriously but so should all of us. Complacency can too easily slide into complicity https://t.co/Fzb20vTwV7
I hope that everyone celebrating today enjoys a meaningful #MaghaPuja with family and friends. Best wishes to all in the Buddhist community who are reflecting on the Ovādapatimokkha
He told police he “hated Muslims" & attacked the Sikh clerk because he believed “he's Muslim”. Deeply worrying times where current dehumanisation of Muslims by Western media & politicians is making anyone who is a Muslim, or "looks" Muslim, a target https://t.co/zkXr5afA46
Antisemitism is rising sharply across Europe, experts have said, as France reported a 74% increase in the number of offences against Jews last year and Germany said the number of violent antisemitic attacks had surged by more than 60% https://t.co/ey1lJ9TqMh
3. This is a phenomenon that was much wider than our village. There was no food in Srebrenica, and to a great extent, all the refugees survived by returning to their villages at night in big groups, risking everything, for about ten or twenty pounds of wheat, corn, anything.
3. To je pojava koja je bila mnogo šira od našeg sela zapravo. U Srebrenici nije bilo hrane i sve izbjeglice su preživljavale u dobroj mjeri tako što su se noću u velikim grupama vraćala u svoja sela, rizikujući sve, za desetak ili dvadeset kila pšenice, kukuruza, bilo čega.