The 11th of July is internationally recognised as Srebrenica Memorial Day. Our Memorial week this year runs from the 12th - 19th of July 2024. Below you will find all the resources you need to organise or attend a community action.

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Organise A Community Action

Explore our free resources and host an event to remember.

Guildhall Memorial Anniversary Event Remembering Srebrenica

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Join us to remember and learn about Bosnian genocide.

Our Events

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Our Theme for 2024 -
I Am Because You Are

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 2024 is I Am Because You Are

Message from the Chairman

Dr Waqar Azmi OBE, Chairman of Remembering Srebrenica, talks about his reasons for establishing the charity and its ongoing work.

I grew up with the harrowing scenes of the war in Bosnia on our television screens – watching neighbour turn against neighbour, friend against friend, ethnicity against ethnicity. I will never forget the Omarska concentration camp, and that ethnic cleansing, systematic mass rape and genocide were all happening in Europe.

Memorial Week

Past Events

2019 Srebrenica Peace Walks

Walking in solidarity with the survivors of the genocide, our Community Champions across the UK are organising Peace Walks, which mirror the “Mars Mira” walk which

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We Are One

The We Are One tournament will unite young people across Britain playing football in memory of the over 8,000 men and boys who were killed in the Srebrenica genocide. In taking part, you will score a public victory against hatred and intolerance in the 29th anniversary year of Srebrenica.

We Are One Tournament

Every Action Matters

Remembering Srebrenica supports Community Champions to make a difference in the places where they live.

One way that you can help to live the lessons from Srebrenica is to develop or work with existing community projects that tackle issues connected to hatred, discrimination and prejudice, for example: tackling hate crime; tackling gender violence; tackling religious intolerance; or tackling intolerance against migrants, including refugees.