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Remembering Srebrenica

Fifty years after the world said “Never Again” to the horrors of the Holocaust, genocide took place on European soil.

The name Srebrenica has become synonymous with those dark days in July 1995 when, in the first ever United Nations declared safe area, thousands of men and boys were systematically murdered and buried in mass graves. The victims, who were Muslim, were selected for death on the basis of their identity. This was the worst atrocity on European soil since the Second World War.

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“Untold Killing” Season 1 explores the narrative of what transpired in July of 1995 where more than 8,000 Bosniak-Muslims were brutally massacred in the Srebrenica genocide. The podcast series covers months of detailed research, production, and interviews, both in the United Kingdom and Bosnia, where the brutal atrocity took place. Genocide survivors, academics, experts, and individuals from the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) all lend their voices and expertise to the podcast. Untold Killing has also won a Platinum AVA Digital Award for Audio/Radio Production for Season 1.

 

“Untold Killing” Season 2 explores how at the beginning of 1992, from April to September, more than 3,000 innocent people were systematically killed and tortured in the municipality of Prijedor and over 30,000 detained in concentration camps. Season 2 tells the harrowing story of the war crimes committed where innocent men, women, children and the elderly were detained in concentration camps such as Trnopolje, Keraterm and Omarska. Their testimonies are a reminder of how a peaceful society became hell on earth. It’s a story of torture, injustice and how the world reacted after The Guardian published it’s story about the persecution and killings in the concentration camps echoing that we have failed the promise of “Never Again.”

‘Untold Killing’ Season 1 marks the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide. 

“Untold Killing” Season 2 marks the 30th anniversary of the crimes committed in Prijedor. 

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Radio Academy Awards

Our podcast ‘Untold Killing’ won two awards at the ARIAS 2021. The podcast won Bronze in the Impact Award and Silver in the Best Commercial Partnership categories. Known as the Oscars of podcasting, the recognition has helped Remembering Srebrenica and our partners at Message Heard raise awareness of the lessons of Srebrenica to almost 100,000 people and enable survivors to tell the story of Srebrenica in their own words through an intimate method of broadcasting during a difficult year.

Survivor Stories

Genocide Survivors stand at the heart of the work we do here at Remembering Srebrenica.

Almina Bešić

I have no token from the war, nothing really that I took as a refugee when we left our home, nor when we left our

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Senadin Selimić

My mother Mejrema, an 87-year-old lady, has spent her whole her life caring and worrying about the four of us; my two older sisters, Zerina

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What We Do

We are grateful to all our genocide survivors who dedicate so much of their time and commitment to providing their valuable advice, speaking at memorial events across the UK, sharing their stories to inspire others to reject hatred and help build a better, stronger and more cohesive society for everyone. If you would like to add your story to our growing list, please get in touch.

None of our achievements would be possible without the support and the hard work, dedication and commitment of our 8 Regional Boards, 3 National Boards and 1,450 Community Champions. The chairs of our boards, their board members and our 1,450 Community Champions give up their time in a voluntary capacity to help tackle hatred and build cohesive communities.

In the last eight years, Remembering Srebrenica has educated 130,000 young people on the lessons from Srebrenica, enables each year over 1,800 community actions in schools, local authorities, places of worship, community centres, prisons and police forces right across the UK and has created 1,450 Community Champions who pledge to stand up to hatred and intolerance in their communities.

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