Commemorations are deeply moving experiences in which we not only remember the victims, but also inspire people to take action. Read the pledges made by attendees after our 2015 commemoration at Westminster Abbey.
Disgraceful to see children at a school in Srebrenica celebrating Chetniks. Such behaviour is part of a wider and worrying trend in which we are witnessing an increasing number of provocative acts that have caused much distress amongst the local community https://t.co/7pIY0OPP1n
Delighted that phase two of the pioneering conflict transformation & Srebrenica programme has been launched which will provide over 20 further participants with a unique opportunity to be part of a powerful & unique learning experience. https://t.co/FiJleS5jF5 #MEASrebrenica
'This experience has hardened my resolve to bring all our communities together so that never again can such horrors take place'. Powerful speech in Parliament from our community champion @charlotte2153 who spoke about the impact of her visits to Auschwitz and Srebrenica.
Ended #HolocaustRemembranceDay speaking at @HarrowArts to a beautifully diverse audience truly representative of the best of London along with Holocaust Survivor Helen Aronson, my new adoptive nana. Bonds of survival are strong. Thank you to @HMD_UK @SrebrenicaUK @harrow_council