The granddaughter of holocaust survivors, student Hannah Gershon - pictured below, right - travelled to Bosnia-Herzegovina with Remembering Srebrenica as one of five people born in 1995 - the year that the Srebrenica genocide took place - as part of a documentary discovering more about the atrocity. Here, Hannah recounts her experience.
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.
Mustafaen Kamal travelled to Srebrenica with fellow students from the London School of Economics (LSE). Mustafaen, pictured with the group, offers here a personal take on his experience in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Having survived the Inquisition, Holocaust and the Siege of Sarajevo the ancient Haggadah belonging to the Jewish community in Sarajevo has found a home in the Bosnian National Museum.
. @nusuk surveyed Muslim FE and HE students last year and found that one in three respondents said they were “fairly or very worried” about their religion being the reason for physical or verbal attacks. #hatecrime @TellMamaUK
“It was Bosnia that really got me thinking about the traditions of even-handedness, which we inherited but which did not seem adequate to the realities of a city under siege for four years” war correspondent Martin Bell on reporting from #Sarajevo