Predrag Pašić was an international footballer before the war. When Bosnian Serb forces surrounded Sarajevo, he had the choice to leave the besieged city. Instead, he chose to stay and to set up a football school for children of all faiths and ethnicities.
Almost a thousand school children are taking to football pitches across Britain today to open the scoring against hatred and intolerance in a nation-wide football tournament to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.
School children across Britain now have the chance to score a victory against hatred and intolerance by playing in a nationwide football tournament to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide
Congratulations to all @SrebrenicaUK North West Board Award winners and nominees Sadia Muminovic Mohammed Ullah @ManchesterUniv @ManMetUni Merseyside Jewish Representatice Council @AHFTree @greatermcr @britishmuslim Celebrating sucess of our volunteers #EveryActionMatters
Thank you @ElinorMChohan for inviting us to the NW Awards Dinner @SrebrenicaUK for those working to raise awareness of the Srebrenica Genocide. @AmilKhan @LordMayorOfMcr @GMLO_UK @britishmuslim @YasminQureshiMP @InspSacker #NeverAgain
Well done to the Abu Hanifah Foundation for winning the award for best new initiative. During memorial week, the foundation delivered education workshops on the lessons from Srebrenica to hundreds of pupils at their supplementary school.
Congratulations to the Merseyside Jewish Representative Council, who in association with the Liverpool Old Jewish Congregation commemorated Srebrenica with a powerful Shabbat service that was held in July.