Remembering Srebrenica Scotland is proud to launch an exciting new schools programme, working towards its aim of commemorating the Srebrenica Genocide and promoting community cohesion and tolerance in Scotland, and beyond.
Funded by the Gordon Cook Foundation, ‘Inseparable: Lessons from a country divided’ is a unique educational theatre experience, built upon learning from the conflict in Bosnia and the Srebrenica Genocide.
Written and produced by award-winning theatre-in-education specialists, Collingwood Learning, the production captures the lived experiences of people who survived the Bosnian war. It is entirely free for schools to access.
The powerful piece of theatre, followed by workshops and accompanied by additional learning materials, follows the lives of three young people whose ordinary lives are quickly affected by extremism and hatred as war takes over almost everything in their homeland.
The piece explores what young people in Scotland can do to stop hatred in its tracks – lessons that are as important today as they have ever been.
Due to the themes explored in this powerful performance, we advise that ‘Inseparable: Lessons from a country divided’ is suitable for S4-S6 pupils.
Bookings are now open to schools in Falkirk and Stirling local authority areas, with a view to extending the run to other areas in Scotland in future.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your session today, or to find out more.