29 June- Educational Talk Delivered by a Community Champion- Oundle School 6 July – Civic Commemoration – Derby City Council 7 July- Talk on International Solidarity and Remembering Srebrenica- NEU, Norwich 6 July- WE ARE ONE Football tournament- Bedfordshire FA Dunstable 7 – 14 July – Photography Exhibition – St Peter’s Church, Nottingham 8 […]
Remembering Srebrenica and our amazing Community Champions hold events throughout the year across the UK.
In order to commemorate the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide, our fantastic Community Champions and volunteers have worked tirelessly to organise memorial events up and down the country to bring communities together.
15 July – Belfast Peace March – Starting at Belfast City Hall 6 July – Juma Prayers for Srebrenica – Belfast Islamic centre 6 July – Juma Prayers for Srebrenica – Northern Ireland Muslim Family Association 8 July – ‘Fog of Srebrenica’ Film Screening – Crescent Arts Centre 10 July – Northern Ireland National Commemoration […]
27 June – Pupil Conference: Lessons From Srebrenica – Dollar Academy 2 July – National Scotland Commemoration – St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Glasgow 8-15 July- Srebrenica Exhibition- Glasgow Central Mosque 13 July- Jumma Khutba- Glasgow Central Mosque 13 July- Jum’ah khutbah- Beardsden Muslim Association
07 July- Remembering Srebrenica Stall at Holbeck Gala- Holbeck, Leeds 07 July- “Rally: Defending and Celebrating Multicultural Leeds, Leeds City Centre 09 July – Civic Commemoration & Flag Raising – City Hall, Bradford City Council 9-13 July, Hope Not Hate School Workshops- Middlesbrough 10 July – Gateshead Youth Council – Gateshead Civic Centre […]
29 June – More in Common Teacher Training – Wirral NEU 29 June – Srebrenica Community Meal – Didsbury Mosque, Manchester 3rd July- 10 Stages of Genocide Workshop- Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service 6 July- Talk on Srebrenica- Afifah School, Manchester 8 July – Interfaith Event for Srebrenica – Khizra Mosque, Manchester 11 July – Civic Commemoration […]
11 July – Police Commemoration – Gwent Police Headquarters 11 July – Srebrenica Exhibition Display – Cardiff Central Police Station 11 July – Srebrenica Library Display – Barry Library 11 July – Police Commemoration – South Wales Police HQ 11 July- Solidarity Card Signing- Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre North Wales 13 July […]
27 June – PSHE Assembly on Srebrenica Visit – Solihull School, Solihull 1 July – Srebrenica Memorial Service – Bosnian Cultural Centre, Birmingham 4 July – Civic Commemoration – Birmingham City Council 6 July – Srebrenica Commemoration – YMCA North Staffordshire 6 July – Non Uniform Day Fundraiser – Solihull School, Solihull 8 July – […]
21 June – WE ARE ONE Memorial Hockey Match – Royal Wootten Bassett, Wiltshire 24 June- Participatory Art for Srebrenica- Magdelan Road Studios, Oxford 7 July – Srebrenica Information Stall run with Victim Support – Montpellier Gardens, Cheltenham 8-15 July – Srebrenica Library Display – Adult Education Centre, Bournemouth 8-15 July – Srebrenica Library Display […]
30 June – Bosnian Diaspora Schools Commemoration – Sir Fredric Osborn School 5 July – Srebrenica Memorial Event – Al-Khoei Foundation & Islamic Centre 8 July – Srebrenica Memorial Interfaith Event – Muswell Hill Synagogue 8 July – Council Civic Commemoration – Havant Borough Council 8 – 15 July – Srebrenica Photography Exhibition – West London […]
Walking in solidarity with the survivors of the genocide, our Community Champions across the UK are organising Peace Walks, which mirror the “mars mira” walk which takes place annually from Tuzla to Srebrenica. Full details will be released about this year’s walks shortly, but if you would like to get involved with helping to organise or participate […]
In the lead up to the holidays, we are suggesting books for people looking for something Bosnia related to read over the Christmas period. Our first book is @edvulliamy's "The War is Dead: Long Live The War" - an excellent introduction to what happened in Prijedor and Srebrenica.
Educating young people is an important part of what we do. If you are a #teacher and wish to know more about how you can bring the lessons from #Srebrenica into your school, contact our @KSrebrenica for more details!
It is important that students are able to recognise how hatred in society can lead to the unthinkable - genocide. Today at @SrebrenicaUK, we are dedicating a whole day to education, and how we can better equip young people to tackle hatred and learn the lessons from Srebrenica.
26 years ago yesterday I left #Prijedor with one of my sisters and had to leave mother and my other sister behind. That day was the last time I saw my grandma. Had to leave my own home my country in the middle of #Europe in 1993 just because I am #Muslim and because I am #Bosnian
Grants to create small projects based on the archives of the ICTY & domestic courts in former Yugoslav countries have been awarded to recipients as part of a goal 'to acknowledge the suffering of others at the time where revisionism and denial is growing' https://t.co/iXTJmxVUsW.
Grateful to Mr McGarvey, headteacher from @BalaamWood who participated on our recent delegation comprised of teachers from the King Edward Foundation in Birmingham for sharing his experience from his visit to Srebrenica with the school's pupils.
Mr McGarvey is leading this week’s assemblies sharing his experience of going on a delegation with @SrebrenicaUK reminding us on the importance of being kind and looking out for others ... quite an emotional assembly! 💚 2