Remembering Srebrenica’s theme for 2018 highlights the ordinary people of Bosnia who undertook extraordinary acts of courage
Holocaust Memorial Day, marked on 27th January, is dedicated to those who suffered in the Holocaust and subsequent genocides. This year’s theme is ‘the power of words’; focusing on the huge impact, good or bad, that spoken and written words can have, whether delivered by individuals, corporations, community organisations or the state. We have put […]
Today, in unprecedented circumstances at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), a Bosnian Croat defendant said he had taken poison to protest against the upholding of his 20-year jail term for war crimes. Remembering Srebrenica calls for the eyes of the world to remain on victims, survivors and the process of justice, rather […]
Leading figures in the world of education attended a Remembering Srebrenica delegation to learn about the consequences of hatred to pass on the lessons to students in the UK.
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.
“It is an opportunity to plant together and grow closer as a community as the trees take root” Jews and Muslims come together to plant trees in shadow of Grenfell. @SFITogether @JewishNewsUK
“Mosques, churches and synagogues, all together, are talking a more optimistic story of peaceful coexistence.” @BorisJohnson on the hopeful future of interfaith reconciliation in Bosnia. @SarajevoTimes
I featured myself a while ago in the ICTY's documentary produced before an official closing of the ICTY, which's called "Srebrenica genocide:No room for denial". An amazing documentary. Please watch it, you won't regret it. https://t.co/COZpJsoTUk
“Springburn has a very strong community and we can still come together and support people in times of need.” A heart-warming story of strangers who attended the funeral of an asylum seeker whose death left son an orphan. @heraldscotland