Bakira Hasečić, a survivor of ethnic cleansing from Višegrad in Bosnia-Herzgovina was presented with an honorary doctorate from Glasgow Caledonian University. This honour was bestowed on Bakira Hasečić in recognition of Bakira’s efforts as a human rights advocate and unifying force for victims of wartime sexual violence. Bakira was presented the award by the recently […]
Memorial events can be enhanced with the reading of suitable prayers and poems. Music can also play an important part in procedings. Here you will find examples that can be used in your memorial event. Srebrenica Maestro Emir Nuhanović has composed a beautiful piece of music for us to commemorate the Srebrenica genocide. Emir […]
Chair – Dr Helen Connolly Dr Helen Connolly is an academic at the University of Bedfordshire where she is the programme leader in sociology. She lectures in human rights, international criminal law and contemporary forced migration. Her approach to teaching incorporates critical education for democracy, social justice and transformative experiential learning. Her teaching interests and approaches dovetail with the […]
Tonight at the @GloucesterCity full council meeting, I will be moving a motion in support of @SrebrenicaUK, seeking to ensure that, amongst other measures, the Council supports Srebrenica memorial events each year
Our podcast “Untold Killing” on the genocide in Srebrenica launches on October 22nd. The podcast will feature first hand testimonials by survivors and in depth coverage of the genocide by experts and academics.
The rehabilitation of war criminals responsible for the deaths of so many cannot continue. Survivors of genocide throughout Bosnia are still burying their loved ones, while war criminals openly live and are celebrated. #BosnianGenocide