Schools in Scotland will be the first to take part in a new theatre in education programme about the Bosnian genocide this week (w/c 18 Sept). ‘Inseparable: Lessons from a nation divided’ is a powerful piece set in the modern day, which explores adult themes of war crimes and violence through the eyes of three…
Join with Remembering Srebrenica Scotland and Officers and elected members of Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council and Interfaith Aberdeen at 6pm on Wednesday 31st May at the Seven Incorporated Trades Of Aberdeen, Trinity Hall, Aberdeen to remember White Armband Day and the events in Prijedor which are commemorated by Bosnian communities around the world. We…
The Bosnian Crisis On 23rd February 2022, we hosted a panel session with His Excellency Vanja Filipovic, Bosnian Ambassador to UK and Ireland, Almira Delibegovic-Broome QC and Marsaili Fraser, Remembering Srebrenica Scotland Trustees and experts in Bosnia. The event took place in Sogo Arts in Glasgow where photographer Chris Leslie was displaying his Balkan Journey…
Our friend Chris Leslie is displaying his exhibition A Balkan Journey in SOGO Art Gallery, Saltmarket Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland82-86 Saltmarket, Glasgow G1 5LY https://sogoarts.com14th Jan – 28th February 2022 Chris, a Scot, is a BAFTA Scotland (New Talent) Award Winning photographer and filmmaker. He began taking photographs whilst volunteering in the Former Yugoslavia in 1996. He then…
Remembering Srebrenica Scotland was honoured to join St Andrews University Jewish Society at an interfaith memorial event to remember all those killed in genocide. The event took place at St Andrews pier and was addressed by the leaders of different diversity groups. RSS Secretary David Hamilton spoke to the group about the Srebrenica genocide and…
This report was screened on 8th June 2021 on Scotland Tonight. it reflects on the judgement of the UNIRCMT in rejecting Mladic’s appeal against his conviction in 2017 for war crimes committed nearly 30 years ago.
Almasa shares her story of growing up in Bosnia during the war.
Ricky reflects on his trip to Srebrenica with Remembering Srebrenica, Scotland.
Elaine reflects on her trip to Srebrenica with Remembering Srebrenica Scotland.
Jackie shares her reflections from a trip to Srebrenica with Remembering Srebrenica Scotland in 2018.
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We are thrilled to be recognised in the Scottish Parliament with our play, 'Inseparable', co-produced with @CollingwoodL https://www.parliament.scot/chamber-and-committees/votes-and-motions/S6M-10819
This week is #HateCrimeAwarenessWeek2023 A quick #SundayThread Hate crime starts long before you think it does. I use this phrase because it provides opportunities for society to better notice and address early all forms of abuse including hate crime. 1/11
Another feature in today’s @heraldscotland from @MrMcEnaney following his visit to Bosnia earlier in the month as part of our delegation led by @DvdHmltn’s 🏴🇧🇦
In Sarajevo there is a museum dedicated to those who have grown up - or died as children - in war zones. I visited recently with @RemSrebScot and wrote about it for @heraldscotland.
I desperately wish it weren't all so appropriate today.