Bosnian movie star Zana Marjanović will deliver a keynote speech at an international conference on genocide organised by Remembering Srebrenica and the Royal Holloway, University of London.
Bosnians living in Scotland are being urged to step forward and play a full part in this year’s 20th anniversary commemorations of the Srebrenica genocide.
A Bosnian woman living in Stoke-on-Trent has joined volunteers working to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide with a special memorial event for the second year running.
A Scottish artist who helped identify bodies from mass graves dug after the Srebrenica genocide is staging a moving exhibition in Worcester.
Bradford City Council is set to fly the flag for Srebrenica after a Welsh flag maker offered his services free-of-charge.
Mustafaen Kamal travelled to Srebrenica with fellow students from the London School of Economics (LSE). Mustafaen, pictured with the group, offers here a personal take on his experience in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Community leaders and teachers from across Manchester have vowed to take action in their communities to tackle hatred and intolerance after returning from a powerful and moving visit to Srebrenica.
A former student has returned to her North London school to help a younger generation learn the lessons from Srebrenica.
A group of London School of Economics (LSE) students took part in an educational visit to Srebrenica. Rahat Siddique, Nadia Raslan, Riz Nasrullah, Mustafaen Kamal and Anisa Ahmed travelled as part of our ‘Lessons from Srebrenica’ programme. Here, they document their thoughts on the experience.
Early in the spring 1992, our house was burnt and destroyed by Serb soldiers. My family, father, mother, three younger sisters and me escaped from being captured and killed. After months of hiding in the woods, we took shelter in Srebrenica in March 1993. We lived in difficult conditions; in a garage, a school and sometimes […]
Greater Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner is visiting Srebrenica - some 15 years after he accompanied the first two refugees who returned to their home following the 1995 genocide.
Every day this week, we will be suggesting books for people looking for something Bosnia-related to read over the Christmas period. Next is Bosnia: A Short History - a brilliant work of history which set the terrible war in the Balkans in its full historical and political context
'The world will judge their claim of no genocide with evidence. A thief never admits he is a thief, but justice can be delivered through evidence'. Chair of the Arakan Rohingya Society for Peace and Human Rights hits back at claims by Aung San Suu Kyi https://t.co/AVU6agztn8.
In the lead up to the holidays, we are suggesting books for people looking for something Bosnia related to read over the Christmas period. A moving depiction of life and death during the siege of Sarajevo.
"I was proud of the Swedish Academy, but all I feel now is shame and guilt'. The words of the journalist Christina Doctare who has returned her 1988 Nobel Prize in protest against the decision to honour Peter Handke with the literature prize https://t.co/74pmtUtnS8.