This year’s 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide was marked with a high-profile memorial service in St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, addressed by Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
The commemorative event at the Senedd was organised by Remembering Srebrenica. It was one of three official commemoration events in the UK including Westminster Abbey, in London and St Giles’ Cathedral, in Edinburgh. Four Mothers of Srebrenica – who lost husbands, sons, fathers and brothers in the atrocity – and a genocide survivor took part […]
Warning - this version of the film contains graphic scenes of brutality and death, which some viewers may find disturbing.
Remembering Srebrenica: 20 Years On is an outstanding documentary, which examines the horror and inhumanity of what happened at Srebrenica.
‘Silent Emotions’ tells the stories of genocide survivor Nedžad Avdić and Srebrenica mother Hatidža Mehmedović.
‘Remembering Srebrenica: 20 Years On’ tells the stories of genocide survivor Nedžad Avdić and Srebrenica mother Hatidža Mehmedović.
Five young people born in the year of the Srebrenica genocide take a journey into the heart of darkness in a new BBC documentary.
We have a limited number of places available for people to join us at Westminster Abbey, London, to mark this year’s 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.
This year’s 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide will be marked across the UK with a quartet of high-profile commemorative events in London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast.
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.
Members of Birmingham Community Foundation travelled with like-minded people from across the Midlands and beyond to witness at first-hand the testimony of survivors and Mothers who lost loved ones in the Srebrenica genocide. Here, they give their accounts of the experience – filmed at the Srebrenica-Potočari Memorial Complex – where some 6,000 genocide victims have […]
Two delegates returned from their visit to Srebrenica and organised a special event in East London to raise awareness of the genocide in the 20th anniversary year.
Tone deaf: Swedish Academy defends Peter Handke's controversial Nobel win.
“In 50 years ... Peter Handke, just like Beckett, will be among the most obvious choices the Swedish Academy ever made, of that I am certain,”
UK Hate Crime:
1. REPORT it to STOP it. Dial 101 or, in an emergency, 999
2. THREE QUARTERS of Hate Crimes are racist, up 11% year on year.
3. Hate Crimes around religion increased by another 3%.
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Handke's Nobel Prize: Cauterizing Muslims from Europe's history.
"When..the Swedish Royal Academy awarded Peter Handke the Nobel Prize in literature, it finished the process started by the underlings of Ratko Mladić and Karadžić on July 17 in Potočari."
Hate rising in UK.
“Surveys show the public view Muslims negatively and as a distinctly different group, and that up to a third hold at least one antisemitic view .. All the convictions for stirring up hatred last year included an anti-Muslim component.”