A group of senior Jewish and Muslim faith leaders have taken part in an interfaith “Lessons from Srebrenica” delegation this week to learn how lessons from the worst atrocity on European soil since World War Two can be used in communities across the UK to help create a better, safer and stronger society. The senior […]
'We simply can't live without each other. The bridge is a symbol, and we want to send a message of love across Bosnia'. Two communities from Bosnia who have worked together for more than 20 years have reconstructed a bridge that will better connect them. https://t.co/2a00clwu2u
From 11th July 1995 Bosniak Muslim refugees gathered in warehouses as part of the UN base and safe zone. Most of the men and boys were killed in the days that followed. The remains of over 6500 people have been identified so far @RemSrebScot @policescotland #saynotohatecrime
#potocari cemetery where the remains of over 6000 victims of the #srebrenica genocide are buried. Some coffins contain just a few tiny bones, many of the missing parts remain concealed within as yet undiscovered mass graves
“White Armband Day” on 31 May marks the start of the campaign of ethnic cleansing in Prijedor, northern Bosnia-Herzegovina. By wearing a white armband you will be remembering the victims of human rights abuses in Prijedor and around the globe.
On 20 July, a collective funeral will be held for some of the victims who were killed at Koricanske Stijene and buried in mass graves. Koricanske Stijene was the site of a massacre of 200 Bosniak and Croat civilians by Bosnian Serb forces in August 1992.