Remembering Srebrenica

25 years ago the world watched in horror as hate descended on the people of Bosnia-Herzegovina and unleashed itself in the form of massacre of 8,000 Muslim men and boys in and around the town of Sebrenica. This year as we mark the 25th anniversary of this genocide, the memory of the fateful events serve as a catalyst for the struggle against hate and discrimination; against bigotry of all sorts and against the dehumanization of a people – whoever and wherever they may be. As we remember let us make a pledge never to be a silent observer of atrocity, lest we become complicit in it. We encourage you to engage in the memorial events across the world and to use it as a teaching and learning tool for yourself and others.

Remembering Srebrenica Memorial Week newsletter
Remembering Srebrenica – website
Remembering Srebrenica – videos
Srebrenica Revisited: 25 years on
Srebrenica Virtual Exhibition: July 6, 2 pm
Srebrenica Virtual Museum: opening July 8