Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal represents the UK in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Srebrenica-Potočari Memorial Complex on 11 July - Srebrenica Memorial Day.
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The First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, yesterday visited the site of the worst atrocity on European soil since the Second World War with Remembering Srebrenica
The First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon will today visit Srebrenica, the site of the worst atrocity on European soil since World War Two.
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) .
The 27th January marks the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp. On this day, Holocaust Memorial Day, we commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and remember genocides that have occurred notwithstanding the world’s promise of ‘Never Again’ – Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, Darfur.
Britain’s young people can stand up to hatred and help create a safer, stronger society – inspired by the lessons of the Srebrenica genocide as the nation marks the 21st anniversary of the atrocity.
This year is the 21st anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide and the United Kingdom’s Srebrenica Memorial Week runs from Sunday 10 July to Sunday 17 July 2016. Our theme to mark this milestone anniversary is ’21: Coming of age – time to act’.
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.
A group of students and academics from the University of Bedfordshire and other UK universities travelled to Bosnia & Herzegovina on our 'Lessons from Srebrenica' programme of educational visits.
“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.