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93% of event organisers stated that they strongly agreed that Srebrenica events are a part of an ongoing effort to create more cohesive societies, showing the value of collective acts of commemoration in uniting communities.

Register Your Community Action

Remembering Srebrenica offers additional support with the planning and organising of your Community Action. For more information or to discuss ideas please fill in this form.

Remember Together

The lesson of Srebrenica is that the stirring up of hatred and discrimination is always wrong, and if left unchecked, can lead to terrible evil. So, we should all, wherever we live in the world, work for understanding and tolerance between all peoples. That is the message of the ‘Remembering Srebrenica’ initiative, and I warmly commend them for their valuable work.

HRH Princess Anne

Request a Speaker

If you are organising a community action, you can make a request for a speaker to attend to share their lived experience.

Join Us for a Coffee Morning

In this Coffee Morning pack, you will find a brief history, survivor testimony and also information on the importance of coffee in the Bosnian culture. We hope the pack inspires you to organise your own coffee morning to remember and honour the victims and survivors of the genocide. 

Community Action

Srebrenica Memorial Day honours the victims and survivors of the genocide. It offers a unique opportunity to remember the lives lost in Srebrenica, to highlight the continued consequences of genocide, and to reaffirm our own commitment to strong community relations here in the UK.

By holding a memorial day in your local community you take a significant step towards helping achieve this goal. It is through these powerful messages that we are all able to strengthen our resolve and send out a message to all those attempting to create divisions within our societies. 

Council Resources

From flying flags to reading survivor stories, screening a short film to holding a minute of silence, Councils have an important duty to honour and remember both the victims and survivors of the Srebrenica genocide.


Our template programme includes a speech, survivor testimony and example activities for your commemorations which you can adapt to suit the nature of your event. We have also included resources so that councils can table a motion that the Council will commemorate Srebrenica and remember the victims of the genocide. We have a draft motion that has been used successfully by other councils and which can be replicated to make it relevant to your local area.

Faith & Interfaith

Commemorating Srebrenica within your faith community is a powerful and often very meaningful way to connect people with the Lessons from Srebrenica. Download our suggested materials below, which you can adapt to suit your own congregation. These template programmes contain relevant prayers, stories, and pledges for those who wish to mark Srebrenica in Churches, Mosques and Synagogues or as an Interfaith event. 

Police Resources

Working with police is becoming an important feature of our work at Remembering Srebrenica, and we welcome the support from the National Police Chiefs’ Council, who have encouraged constabularies across the UK to mark the genocide.

In order to support the police in commemorating the Srebrenica genocide, we have created a tool that can be used as a presentation or a workshop, linking hate crime and some of the 10 stages of genocide, so that police officers, control room workers, as well as cadets can learn from Bosnia, and understand how forms of hatred can intersect and compound each other in the UK.

Combatting Denial: Challenging Hatred Resources

Every year, Remembering Srebrenica selects a theme that reflects an aspect of the genocide that must be commemorated, but also speaks to communities here in the UK.

The theme for 2022 is ‘Combatting Denial: Challenging Hatred’.

Please find ready-made resources for your commemoration.

Memorial Day Event Ideas

There are a number of different ways that you can commemorate Srebrenica Memorial Day. Take a look below for some ideas of how you might want to get involved and bring your community together

Host a Film Screening

A powerful way to raise awareness of the impact of hatred and intolerance is to hold a film screening event.

Hold a Women's Event

Work with your networks or women’s groups to highlight the role of women in conflict using our presentation

Host a Community Meal

What better way to bring people together or learn about other cultures than through a shared meal.

Work with your Local Authority

Organise a civic memorial event with your local community, trade union, school and library to create a powerful community event.

Hold an Interfaith Event

Why not organise a ‘Peace Walk’ between different faith venues in your town. If you are part of an interfaith group, you could read an interfaith prayer and light a candle for those who lost their lives.

Hold a Coffee Morning

In this Coffee Morning pack, you will find a brief history, survivor testimony and also information on the importance of coffee in the Bosnian culture. We hope the pack inspires you to organise your own coffee morning to remember and honour the victims and survivors of the genocide.

Run a Workshop

Why not teach others about the lesson learned from Srebrenica and promote tolerance and the embracing of difference in schools and education institutions.

Get Creative

Consider artistic ways to hold an event. Dance, music, poetry, and photography create a unique element to any memorial event.

Remembering Srebrenica is looking for donors to help us establish the world’s first International Srebrenica Memorial Learning Centre.


Why it is needed

There is a need to establish the world’s first International Srebrenica Memorial Learning Centre to combat hatred and intolerance through leadership engagement, commemoration and educational activities. The Centre will work to combat hatred and intolerance through using the lessons from the Srebrenica genocide. These lessons will not only heighten awareness of the dangers of intolerance in the contemporary world, but bring to the fore an appreciation of respecting religious beliefs and upholding universal values.


In this way the proposed Learning Centre will offer a powerful antidote to prejudice and act as a beacon of shared humanity by creating 50 million opportunities for people to view our messages globally, creating at least 10,000 champions against hatred and attracting at least 25,000 visitors to the centre each year.


What it will do

The Centre will use the history of the Srebrenica genocide as a model of how society can break down, and emphasise how current and future generations must carefully examine and learn from this tragedy.


The ‘Lessons from Srebrenica’ educational visits programme will continue through the centre in order to promote an understanding of the dangers of hatred and intolerance.


Through the work of the Centre, we will promote the importance of building community cohesion and good citizenship, which has greater resonance than ever in our culturally diverse global societies.


How you can help

The International Learning Centre can be established and self-sustained by raising £6.9 million. That means that if we can find 7,000 people who each donate £1,000, we will reach our target. Anyone giving a donation of £1,000 or more will have their name inscribed on the wall as a founder of the centre, but donations of any size are very welcome.


If you would like to help us in establishing the world’s first International Srebrenica Memorial Learning Centre, we would be happy to discuss the different ways of sponsoring or donating. Contact us on +44 (0)121 454 3343 or email

To Donate

You can donate directly in the following ways:

Send a cheque payable to ‘Remembering Srebrenica’.



Donate online from the UK:

Account name: Ummah Help

Account number: 41796089

Sort code: 40-11-15



Donate online from outside the UK:

Account Name: Ummah Help

IBAN: GB60HBUK40111541796089

Swift Code: HBUKGB4B



Or give via our Just Giving Page:


What your donation will do

  • Honour the forgotten genocide victims and their families
  • Form a living legacy for future generations to remember and learn the lessons from Srebrenica
  • Contribute to a more compassionate and cohesive world