Make a pledge

A pledge is a commitment by an individual to act to promote our key aims. Pledges take many forms, but typically fall into one of four categories:

 

  • Using the media to inform a wider audience of the impact of hatred and intolerance;
  • Promoting awareness of these issues through education, typically in schools and universities;
  • Holding an event, such as a school assembly or local talk; or
  • Organising a Memorial Day to mark the EU’s Srebrenica Memorial Day on the 11 July.

 

I Pledge To…

Remember those who were brutally murdered in the genocide of Srebrenica in 1995.

Remember those who were left behind to grieve their loss, and who rebuilt their lives with courage and dignity.

Remember the women and girls who were brutally raped as a weapon of ethnic cleansing.

Speak out against the language of hate, which if allowed to go unchecked, can lead to the dehumanisation of others.

Make sure my voice will always stand for justice, and will speak out against injustice wherever I find it.

Call upon and support my government in establishing justice and reconciliation as part of our responsibility within the international community.

Work with others to establish a community that works for the common good of all, and is free from hatred and discrimination.

 

Pledges made

Our pledge programme ensures that lessons learned from Srebrenica with regards to the importance of tackling intolerance, prejudice and hatred are implemented in British society.

We would like to thank the following people who have this year completed pledges to host community action, including Memorials, prayers, community gatherings and educational community action events.

 

Memorial Events

Adrian Farley, Bradford

Alastair Watson, Stoke-on-Trent
Alex Ross Shaw, Bradford
Angus Robertson MP, Edinburgh
Aaron Garvey, Birmingham
Asif Sadiq, London
Atifa Shah, London
Baroness Doreen Lawrence, London
Husna Rasul, Luton
Husnain Khalid Rana, Luton
Inam Khan, Northamptonshire
Dr Kishan Manocha, London
Lindsay Marks, London
Lloyd Brown, Stoke-on-Trent
Commander Makhdum Chishty, London
Martin Bell OBE, London
Mashuda Sheikh, Kirklees
Mashuq Ally
Mike Greene, Kirklees
Mohammed Saqub, Birmingham
Qari Muhammad Asim MBE, Leeds
Nagina Kayani, London
Nadeem Mir, Greater Manchester
Noordad Aziz, Blackburn
Lord Qurban Hussain, Luton
Rabia Bhatti, Buckinghamshire
Sabia Bi Hussain, Luton
Sayed Baharun, London
Shabaz Ali Shah, Luton
Simon Campbell-Skelling, Kirklees
Tasif Zaman, London
Tom Reynolds, Stoke-on-Trent
Umar Khan, Luton

 

Media Awareness

Adam John Kearney
Angus Robertson MP
Ann Mckechin MP
Harriet Tamke
Husna Rasul
Husnain Khalid Rana
Jack Welch
Jasvir Singh
Very Reverend Dr Lorna Hood
Martin Surl
Mohammed Mahboob Alom
Nadeem Mir
Noordad Aziz
Nouman Khalid
Rabia Bhatti
Sabia Bi Hussain
Sam Barrett
Seema Awan
Seyi Akiwowo
Shabaz Ali Shah
Stephen Williams MP
Tom Reynolds
The Reverend Canon Dr Toby Howarth
Umar Khan
Zarah Sultana

 

Community Action

Dr Akil Awan, London
Ann Mckechin MP, London
Imam Asim Hafiz OBE, London
Inam Khan, Northamptonshire
Julie Siddiqi, London
Mashuda Sheikh, Kirklees
Baroness Meral Hussein-Ece, London
Mohammed Masun Uddin, London
Mohammed Roziur Rahman, Newcastle
Munsif Dad, Hyndburn
Rizwan Hussain, London
Salma Yousef, London
Simon Campbell-Skelling, Kirklees
Tamanna Rahman, Lincoln
Yassar Abbas, London
Zarah Sultana, Birmingham
Dr Zohaib Sarfaraz Khan, St Helens

 

Youth Work

Adam Umarji, Blackburn
Greg Pope, UK
Hassan Kiani, Blackburn
Inam Khan, Northamptonshire
Jerri Butler, Sunderland
Mashuda Sheikh, Kirklees
Mehri Niknam MBE, London
Simon Campbell-Skelling, Kirklees
Tasif Zaman, London