Broadcasting Scotland interview with Dr Sinan Sinanović of Glasgow Caledonian University on life in Sarajevo during the War, the Srebrenica genocide and the hopes for Bosnia in the future.
‘Blinded by the Light.’ On this day 24years ago thousands of Muslim men and boys from Srebrenica ran into the forrest to escape certain death by Bosnian Serb soldiers. As they made their way to Tuzla, 40 miles away through… Continue Reading
How on earth do you introduce a subject like genocide in school? This is a question I’ve returned to time and again over the last few weeks. It’s something that presents a unique challenge for teachers: to show pupils that… Continue Reading
It’s almost 25 years since the atrocity at Srebrenica, the last massacre on European soil. It’s not the kind of event that anyone will be too keen to remember: we quite rightly salute D-Day veterans, a reminder of those whose… Continue Reading
One of the greatest gifts that human beings have is the ability to recall events and places. Memory allows us to turn back the clock. At times of bereavement it can be comforting to hear again a loved one’s voice,… Continue Reading
Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, Moderator of the General Assembly, said he hoped that reflecting on the Srebrenica massacre will help improve understanding of what can happen when intolerance and prejudice takes hold. Srebrenica–Potočari Memorial and Cemetery. He has written a… Continue Reading
The 11th July 2019 marks the 24th anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide. Only 50 years after the holocaust and the world’ s determination of “never again”, 8372 Bosnian men and boys were systematically executed in a preplanned operation to ethnically… Continue Reading
Cabinet Secretary for Children and Young People, Maree Todd, being interviewed by Ika Ferrer Gotic on N1 Bosnian TV during her trip with us to Bosnia last week.
Just back form Bosnia on our May delegation, Henry Hepburn writes a powerful piece in Times Educational Supplement Scotland