Bakira Hasečić, a survivor of ethnic cleansing from Višegrad in Bosnia-Herzgovina was presented with an honorary doctorate from Glasgow Caledonian University. This honour was bestowed on Bakira Hasečić in recognition of Bakira’s efforts as a human rights advocate and unifying force for victims of wartime sexual violence. Bakira was presented the award by the recently […]
On Wednesday 30th May, Remembering Srebrenica Scotland held an event at the Scottish Parliament to learn about the Srebrenica Genocide in to commemorate White Armband Day. White Armband Day, is marked by Bosnian communities across the world on 31st May, not only to remember the victims of persecution in Prijedor but also to raise awareness […]
Purpose of the Conference Remembering Srebrenica Scotland was established as a charity in 2015. It organises commemoration events to mark the acts of genocide in Bosnia in the 1990s. Through raising awareness of this period of history, the charity hopes to build safer communities by learning the lessons of what happened and why. Remembering Srebrenica […]
In April 2018, Remembering Srebrenica Scotland organised an all women’s delegation. Delegates included Chair of Remembering Srebrenica Scotland, Very Rev Dr Lorna Hood OBE, Former Leader of the Scottish Labour Party, Kezia Dugdale. Representatives from Young Scot, Colleges Scotland, Glasgow Caledonian University, Amina Muslim Women’s Resource Centre, Christian Aid and the Glasgow Women’s […]
Scotland's national commemoration for Srebrenica took place at St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art.
Funding boost for Remembering Srebrenica (Scotland).
Kezia Dugdale MSP becomes the third party leader in Scotland to visit Srebrenica and learn from the survivors of the worst atrocity on European soil since World War Two.
27 June – Pupil Conference: Lessons From Srebrenica – Dollar Academy 2 July – National Scotland Commemoration – St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Glasgow 8-15 July- Srebrenica Exhibition- Glasgow Central Mosque 13 July- Jumma Khutba- Glasgow Central Mosque 13 July- Jum’ah khutbah- Beardsden Muslim Association
On the 25th anniversary of the decree by Bosnian Serb authorities that non Serbs must wear white armbands on leaving the house, a special event was held to commemorate the victims of genocide at the Scottish Parliament.
Students from three different schools across Aberdeen have been working together to learn the lessons from past genocides to create a better society. Having been on a ‘Lesson’s from Auschwitz’ visit, pupils organised an event to speak about their experiences of visiting the concentration camp, and to raise awareness of genocide. Remembering Srebrenica’s Partnerships Officer, Amra […]
Remembering Srebrenica Scotland took the important step of signing a Memorandum of Understanding to comply with charity commission regulations at the end of 2016.
150 Head Teachers from across Scotland learned about Remembering Srebrenica's work in educating young people about the dangers of hatred last week.
EduMod look forward to welcoming Robert McNeil, Vice-chair of Remembering Srebrenica Scotland, and representatives from the Holocaust Education Trust on 20 August.
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'Could genocide happen again? - everyone said yes. We must be mindful of the difference between national pride and national vanity.' With the flames of intolerance fanned by world leaders, @RemSrebScot’s work is a stark warning https://t.co/9WtocWpMb7
Some well known photos and some we’ve never seen before. An emotional film.
Ron Haviv was on Arkan’s hit list after these photos were published in 1992, at the beginning of the Bosnian war. A Muslim couple was dragged out of their house in Bijeljina one cool spring morning, and shot in front of their house. Haviv was told not to photograph. He disobeyed.2