The commemorative event at the Senedd was organised by Remembering Srebrenica. It was one of three official commemoration events in the UK including Westminster Abbey, in London and St Giles’ Cathedral, in Edinburgh. Four Mothers of Srebrenica – who lost husbands, sons, fathers and brothers in the atrocity – and a genocide survivor took part […]
This is a landmark decision that must be complied with. No group should face persecution for their identity. It is every nation's responsibility to protect people from #genocide wherever and whenever it occurs.
Thank you Lord Hylton & Christine Clinch for inviting me to speak at the beautiful @ammerdowncentre last night on ‘Peace & Reconciliation in Bosnia-Herzegovina’ to mark the 25th anniversary of #Srebrenica genocide. An honour to be there @SrebrenicaUK
@SrebrenicaUK Thank you to Amra Mujkanović for a personal and engaging lecture at @worcester_uni today. Our year 9 historians found it very insightful and will be sharing their new knowledge within school.
.@eminamelonic: 'If Stern’s intention is to remember the victims of the Bosnian war, then she has failed spectacularly. This excerpt’s focus on her perverse attraction to Karadžić’s persona as a healer negates the historic reality of his guilt'. https://t.co/dxROa5XBd4
We have made the Sarajevo Times with our pioneering conflict transformation and Srebrenica programme - thanks @mea_bc @SEUPB @Patricias_point for supporting the programme so much. https://t.co/FnR0EhFnfB