The 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide which, was due to be held in St Paul’s Cathedral but could not go ahead due to COVID-19, will now be marked in the UK this Saturday at 7pm with the UK National Srebrenica Memorial Day Ceremony taking place entirely online, allowing people across the UK and around the […]
One year after William Hague and Angelina Jolie visited Srebrenica some 350 British people have learned the lessons from genocide at first hand – thanks to Remembering Srebrenica’s flagship educational visits programme.
Today we marked 29 years since the first killings in and around Srebrenica, when 27 houses were burnt down, 30 people killed, 12 of which were burnt, and 30 more killed in the villages around Srebrenica.
We did not forget!
Extremely upsetting to see that Peter Handke, who was awarded the Nobel Literature Prize despite his genocide denialism of the Bosnian genocide, is being honoured by Serb leadership in the same place where the brutal genocide of Bosniak Muslim was enacted.