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 […]
Riad Terzic gave an enlightening and moving survivor talk to students today which covered his own life experiences in Bosnia and the Srebrenica Massacre. A powerful and inspiring visit. #RememberSrebrenica #HMD2020 #StandTogether #BeaconSchool1920 @SrebrenicaUK @UCL_Holocaust
We strongly condemn the graffiti supporting convicted war criminal, Ratko Mladić, which has been daubed on a street in Paris named in honour of the victims of the Srebrenica genocide. We all must stand up against the glorification of war criminals. https://t.co/AlIVhWz3mV
This morning, @KSrebrenica is at Arsenal Football Club along with @HolocaustUK @StandUpEAD @facinghistory & @IslingtonBC to teach young people about the genocide in Bosnia & empower young people to ensure that the events of the Holocaust and Srebrenica never happen again.
On Friday, two victims of the Srebrenica genocide were identified at the Podrinje Identification Project in Tuzla. Their families have officially identified them as Sadik (Selmo) Delić and Mehmedalija (Edhem) Jugovic. https://t.co/NPm91Bzo4b