The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) will release its judgement on the case of General Ratko Mladić on the 22nd November, after 11 months of deliberation. This is not just an opportunity for justice for those who were massacred by Mladić’s troops during the Srebrenica genocide- it could mark a landmark verdict […]
How Remembering Srebrenica established a special partnership with Rape Crisis England & Wales to bring our theme of 'Breaking the Silence: Gender and Genocide' to communities in the UK.
Please help us to evaluate our work in commemorating Srebrenica and bringing communities together in 2017.
We speak to police and community representatives about classifying misogyny as a category of hate crime in the UK and how this can help to empower women to tackle hatred.
Dr Branka Antić Štauber is President of the “Snaga Žene“ (Strength of a woman) organisation in Tuzla. She works with women who have experienced the worst of humanity, and survived. Here she tells us about the courage and strength of the women she works with.
Kezia Dugdale MSP becomes the third party leader in Scotland to visit Srebrenica and learn from the survivors of the worst atrocity on European soil since World War Two.
Thank you for your interest in holding in a Memorial Event/Activity. There is no singular way to commemorate the victims and honour the survivors of Srebrenica, and each event is unique to the community with whom it is held. However, the content of your event is key to how it is received and remembered, and […]
We are looking for donors to establish an International Learning Centre in the UK, which would provide future generations with an opportunity to remember and learn the lessons from Srebrenica.
Remembering Srebrenica's theme for 2017's commemorations highlights the stories of the women of Bosnia.
Remembering Srebrenica Scotland took the important step of signing a Memorandum of Understanding to comply with charity commission regulations at the end of 2016.
Students at Blackburn High School were challenged to think about how we can build a united community and learn the lessons from Srebrenica as part of Hate Crime Awareness Week.
Commemorations are powerful events that leave a lasting impression on the people who attend them. They offer an opportunity not only to remember the lives lost, but to reflect on the lessons we can learn from these tragedies and to pledge to take action to ensure that we prevent similar atrocities taking place again. Here are […]
It was the dark stain in Europe’s heart, the worst ethnic cleansing since WW2.
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"He is definitely the personification of evil for many, many survivors and victims and that’s why this trial is so important – because it gives a certain sense of justice to people who have been have waiting for this moment for many years" https://t.co/evwEOeILk6
Spent the day working with the wonderful team @SrebrenicaUK in advance of tomorrow's #icty verdict. Everyone working hard to make sure survivor's voices are heard tomorrow when the #ratkomladic verdict is delivered
"Today in Bosnia, war criminals hold official positions"
Bosnia war victims on why the verdict of Mladic known as "Butcher of Bosnia" means little https://t.co/hNjHspH3YB
On a packed @BBCBreakfast tomorrow...
Budget preview with @stephbreakfast
Mugabe steps down
The 22 year court case of Ratko Mladic
Do spirits make you aggressive?
@MattPrior13 on #TheAshes
@TristanGemmill on @itvcorrie & Sir Michael Parkinson
See you from 6am