Local politicians, faith leaders, educators and activists gathered in London for an awards ceremony earlier this month to celebrate the contributions of individuals from across the capital who are bringing communities together to help tackle hatred and intolerance. The event was organised by Remembering Srebrenica’s London and South East Board and aimed to bring together […]
Two of Remembering Srebrenica’s partners, Safet Vukalić and Redbridge Council, have been shortlisted for two No2H8Crime awards in recognition of their efforts to challenge hatred. Safet Vukalić is a survivor of the Bosnian Genocide and ethnic cleansing. He was born in 1976 in the city of Prijedor, North West Bosnia and lived a normal life […]
Bosnian culture and coffee are closely linked. Sitting down and taking time to enjoy a cup of coffee with friends is “ćejf”. For many in Bosnia, they no longer have their loved ones to share coffee with. We are all very lucky to be able to share it together today.
Arrived safely in Sarajevo! The mountains surrounding the city are always an ever-present reminder that the siege of Sarajevo was the longest in history - spanning 1425 days! This is longer than the siege of Leningrad!
#OnThisDay in 1995, ICTY Judge Fouad Riad confirmed the indictment of Radovan Karadžić and Ratko Mladić for genocide committed against Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica in July 1995, and signed their arrest warrants.