Scotland's national commemoration for Srebrenica took place at St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art.
Funding boost for Remembering Srebrenica (Scotland).
Kezia Dugdale MSP becomes the third party leader in Scotland to visit Srebrenica and learn from the survivors of the worst atrocity on European soil since World War Two.
On the 25th anniversary of the decree by Bosnian Serb authorities that non Serbs must wear white armbands on leaving the house, a special event was held to commemorate the victims of genocide at the Scottish Parliament.
Students from three different schools across Aberdeen have been working together to learn the lessons from past genocides to create a better society. Having been on a ‘Lesson’s from Auschwitz’ visit, pupils organised an event to speak about their experiences of visiting the concentration camp, and to raise awareness of genocide. Remembering Srebrenica’s Partnerships Officer, Amra […]
Remembering Srebrenica Scotland took the important step of signing a Memorandum of Understanding to comply with charity commission regulations at the end of 2016.
150 Head Teachers from across Scotland learned about Remembering Srebrenica's work in educating young people about the dangers of hatred last week.
Cathcart Old Church, Glasgow The National Commemoration for Scotland, organised by our Scottish board under the chairship of the very Reverend Lorna Hood, was held at Cathcart Old Church, Glasgow on Friday 15th July 2016. Members of a recent Young Leaders Delegation, Sarah Farrell and John Loughton, spoke of their experiences in Bosnia and how they will […]
Remembering Srebrenica's education pack for the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence gained backing from the First Minister and four party leaders in Scotland.
Leader of the Scottish Labour Party
Alison Anderson MBE left a young family behind in order to travel out to Bosnia and help with the forensic work to identify victims' bodies from mass graves and collect evidence to convict war criminals. She returned in 2016 to learn more about the country and the survivors of the genocide and wrote this piece for us about it.
Prominent Scots will be visiting Potocari Memorial Centre to hear from survivors of the genocide first hand about what happened, taking the lessons back to their communities.