Commemorating Srebrenica within your faith community is a powerful and often very meaningful way to connect people with the Lessons from Srebrenica. Whether you observe the Srebrenica genocide through prayers, sermons, or sharing stories in your place of worship, there are materials suitable for everyone. Take a look at our wide selection of prayers here. […]
Remembering and honouring the women of Bosnia is a powerful way to commemorate the genocide. Through the resources below, you can create an event which will: 1) honour the courage and resilience of the women of Bosnia-Herzegovina and highlight how their work is contributing to rebuilding of a country still living with the consequences of […]
Marking Srebrenica on 11 July at your Local Authority and Council is an important way to recognise that the massacres that took place in Srebrenica have been ruled and recognised as a genocide by the international courts, and are a key way of observing the internationally designated day of Srebrenica Commemoration. Local authorities are uniquely connected […]
A film screening event can be a powerful way to raise awareness of the impact of hatred and intolerance. Here are some suggestions – but please make sure you comply with any copyright requirements. If you are considering hosting a film screening to mark Srebrenica Memorial Day, please contact email@example.com One of the most impactful […]
Some of our best partners are local councils and we are looking for more to get involved in our work. If you are a local councillor, we would like you to follow the example of Manchester, Bradford and Stoke in passing a motion at council. In this you will offer support to our delegates to promote […]
Remembering Srebrenica’s free education pack allows teachers in Scotland to prepare thought-provoking lessons and help their students learn the lessons from the Srebrenica genocide – the worst crime on European soil since the Second World War, which saw more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys systematically murdered because of who they were.
Teachers and students at Halifax Academy used Remembering Srebrenica’s education pack to explore how extremism develops and hatred can lead to genocide.
Remembering Srebrenica has teamed up with Al-Jazeera Balkans to bring the world a major online learning resource – the Srebrenica Web Genocide Museum.
Remembering Srebrenica’s fundraising toolkit aims to provide you with all the information you need to confidently fundraise for us.
School Resources Our resources include a comprehensive set of lesson plans to be used across Personal, Social, Health, and Economic (PSHE) education developed jointly between Remembering Srebrenica and the leading experts at the PSHE Association. In addition, we have developed full school assembly aides and form time lesson plans which can be used at any […]
Faheem Hussain reviews Noel Malcolm’s essential work of history.
Leila Khan reviews Selma Leydesdorff’s astounding collection of testimonies from women who survived the Srebrenica genocide.
Folks, here's the latest version of our open letter re: the @SNSDDodik regime's revisionist #Srebrenica genocide commission, w/ several new signatories. Thank you to all the colleagues who've supported this initiative. We need you to defend the truth. https://t.co/DED1l0q727
Great to hear that Oxford City Council has become the third council in the UK to adopt a definition of Islamophobia approved by politicians - let's continue to stand up to hatred and intolerance https://t.co/yXlUTFLrLF
"By understanding people's different life experiences we can develop a greater appreciation for valuing each other". Rwandan genocide survivor, Eugenie Mukeshimana, speaks at Niskayuna High School to educate students about the consequences of hatred https://t.co/yCz9Mrpd8Y
The founder of Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party has a history of anti-Muslim comments & written about "Mongoloid eyes" & "white girls mixed with demented older black men". Such attitudes are not only abhorrent, but incredibly dangerous https://t.co/LyLd04EP2R