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.
Remembering Srebrenica and our amazing Community Champions hold events throughout the year across the UK.
Remembering Srebrenica have held their second-ever London Awards Dinner to celebrate the work of Community Champions and volunteers from across London and the South East. The Region held the most Srebrenica Commemoration events of any English Region this July- with over 130 Srebrenica commemorations taking place across the Region, aimed at educating new generations about […]
The University of Bedfordshire has been shortlisted for a Times Higher Education Award in the International Impact category thanks to the work the University has done with Remembering Srebrenica. The University has been collaborating with Remembering Srebrenica to raise awareness of the genocide and to bring the lessons of tackling hatred and discrimination to local communities […]
Leading UK genocide charities Remembering Srebrenica, the Aegis Trust, the National Holocaust Centre and the Holocaust Survivors’ Friendship Association have come together to collectively condemn the violence being carried out against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. The tragic and shameful treatment of Rohingya Muslims, often described as the most persecuted minority in the world, has escalated […]
Please help us to evaluate our work in commemorating Srebrenica and bringing communities together in 2017.
Remembering Srebrenica strongly condemns the shocking violence brought about by the white supremacist “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, USA this weekend. Such reprehensible racism that underpinned the reason for the rally has no place in any society, and that it lead to such deplorable violence and ultimately the death of a counter protestor, is […]
Our Community Champions speak about the friendships they have made through working together to build stronger communities and tackle hatred.
Munira Subasić speaks to us about the work that she and the Mothers of Srebrenica have done to seek truth and justice, both in Bosnia and working with other organisations across the world.
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.
Photographer Amel Emric provides a uniquely intimate view into the lives of refugees fleeing ethnic cleansing in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Remembering Srebrenica and Joseph Interfaith Foundation are taking another delegation of senior Muslim and Jewish Faith Leaders to Srebrenica, following on from the success of last year's visit.