Remembering Srebrenica UK Chairman, Dr Waqar Azmi OBE pays tribute to Lord Paddy Ashdown at the memorial service today at Westminster Abbey. Lord Ashdown was one of the strongest supporters and advocates for Remembering Srebrenica and the Bosnian people. At a time when few were prepared to hear about Bosnia-Herzegovina and its suffering, he repeatedly called […]
To mark Remembering Srebrenica’s 2018 theme ‘Acts of Courage’, we celebrate the ordinary people who undertook acts of extraordinary courage and stood up for their neighbours and resisted hatred. In this short video, we witness some of those inspiring stories of bravery, friendship and love.
This film features two women, Bakira Hasečić and 'Mirsada', who were both subjected to horrific ordeals at the hands of Bosnian Serb forces during their brutal campaign of ethnic cleansing, but bravely speak out to prevent anything similar from happening again.
Introducing our theme for this year: "Breaking the Silence: Gender & Genocide", this powerful short film reveals the shocking truth about women's experiences.
BBC’s flagship programme Newsnight sent a film crew out to Srebrenica last month to interview genocide Survivor, Dr Nedžad Avdić, about his experiences in 1995 and his ongoing fight for justice and truth. The powerful and emotional film includes Dr Avdić returning to the mass execution site at Petkovici Dam, where he and one other man were […]
Dr Nedžad Avdić miraculously survived a mass execution during the Srebrenica genocide in July 1995. Newsnight reports on his fight for justice and against denial of the facts.
The UK Government’s Special Envoy for Post-Holocaust Issues visited Srebrenica and heard first hand from the victims of the genocide. Here he shares his thoughts.
Bosnian survivor Kemal Pervanic reflects on dangers now facing western democracy.
This video was made by our Community Champions in Kirklees for the 21st anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica.
Participants on the 'Lessons from Srebrenica' programme from the South West region of England share their experiences of being in Bosnia and what they've learnt to take back to the UK.
Participants on this pioneering delegation speak about what they learnt in Bosnia and what they will do with that knowledge when they return to Manchester.
Watch this incredible video made by young people about forced migration, featuring the story of Safet Vukalic, who had to leave Bosnia due to the campaign of ethnic cleansing in the early 1990s.
This #GivingTuesday consider donating to @SrebrenicaUK. In the past 7 years, RSUK has been able to educate over 150,000 young people on the consequences of hatred, nationalism, and fascism as well as on the Bosnian genocide. Help continue that work!
Then they scattered bits of human remains miles apart hoping they would never be found.
Listen and share Episode Five of ‘Untold Killing’ - ‘The Mass Graves’ at https://t.co/J6c1GzZURU or wherever you download your podcasts.
That a plague honouring convicted war criminal responsible for the genocide that caused thousands of deaths was even put up in the first place is gravely insulting to so many victims. Hatred should not be honoured.
The plaque in honour of convicted war criminal #RadovanKaradzic should be removed by the one who ordered it and unveiled it in a solemn ceremony, and that's #MiloradDodik, said international administrator in #Bosnia and Herzegovina #ValentinInzko https://t.co/Pw2f2Kcju5
Fantastic to have @mairebraniff speaking about the Good Friday Agreement as part of the Dayton, Good Friday and Peace webinar on 14th December from 11am (GMT) . Peace deals that ended war and conflict - have they built peace?