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 […]
Pupils at a London school have been working with 15 other schools around the globe to help raise awareness about genocides since the Holocaust, following their meeting with a Srebrenica survivor earlier this year.
A group of talented young artists will ‘rewind, retell and remember’ Srebrenica as they deliver a powerful night of music, poetry and spoken word in Barking.
Remembering Srebrenica ambassador Simon Callow CBE has contributed a powerful and personal message of support following Srebrenica Memorial Week.
Some 2,000 invited guests gathered at Westminster Abbey, London to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide in a high-profile memorial service.
Top professionals from the worlds of faith, law and international relations are gathering in London to mark the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide with a roundtable event that aims to raise fresh perspectives on the atrocity.
We have a limited number of places available for people to join us at Westminster Abbey, London, to mark this year’s 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide.
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.
A former student has returned to her North London school to help a younger generation learn the lessons from Srebrenica.
A survivor of the Srebrenica genocide has marked the 20th anniversary of the atrocity by telling his story to UK school children.
On today’s date in 1992, over 124 Bosniak Muslims were massacred at Hrastova Glavica near Sanski Most. The people, who were massacred and then thrown in a mass grave which would be discovered in 1998, were detainees of the Omarska and Keraterm concentrated camps.
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of @SrebrenicaUK - a humanitarian cause which @uniofbeds has supported for many years thanks to the efforts of @UoB_ASS students, staff & East of England board members including @helliepeebles1 @SilvermanJon 👏
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You are invited to paint #FoundationStonesAtHome to remember #Srebrenica25. Your stone will become part of the new UK Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre. The Srebrenica genocide will form part of the exhibition in the Learning Centre. Visit: https://t.co/X51xjHJcE8
Our thoughts and deepest condolences go out to everyone affected by the colossal explosion in Beirut that has caused injury to thousands and killed many others. We stand with you in solidarity.
The survivors of Srebrenica and all people of Bosnia should be entitled to mourn and grieve in peace. Unfortunately, under Dodik’s regime in Republika Srpska this seems to be impossible. This targeting of the 25th commemoration of the genocide is atrocious and must be condemned.
This is a new low even by their standards: the Bosnian Serb police used a mobile surveillance unit to target dignitaries attending the 25 commemoration of genocide in Potočari. https://t.co/7poebRYpMY