Online: Srebrenica Genocide – 25th Anniversary Commemoration

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Online: Srebrenica genocide – 25th anniversary commemoration Jul 11, 2020

Online event: Srebrenica genocide – 25th anniversary commemoration

London Muslim Centre and Bosnia Heritage Foundation

Zoom Commemoration of the Srebrenica Genocide


Remembering the victims of genocide 25 years on, the single greatest atrocity in Europe since the Second World War.

Join the commemoration and witness moving speeches, spokenword poetry, reflections, prayers and discussions.

Wed 15 July 2020 | 6pm-7:30pm (BST/UK)


Vanja Filipović
Bosnian Ambassador to the UK; former cabinet member as foreign policy advisor and a Chief of Cabinet to the Comms & Transportation Minister, Bosnia.

Yasmin Qureshi MP
Shadow International Development Minister; Chair of Srebrenica APPG since 2010. Before becoming an MP, she was a Barrister and worked for the UN in Kosovo.

Kathryne Bomberger
Director-General, International Commission for Missing Persons, The Hague (previously based in Bosnia). Worked in the field of int. relations, human rights, conflict prevention for 20 years.

Hasan Nuhanovic
Genocide survivor, former UN interpreter during the war; Author, The Last Refuge – A True Story of War, Survival and Life Under Siege in Srebrenica.

Sehija Dedovic
Founder and President, NAHLA (Centre for Education and Research), Bosnia.

Muhammad Habibur-Rahman
Chairman, East London Mosque & London Muslim Centre; visited Bosnia in 1995 during a brief truce.

Dr Abdullah Faliq | Moderator
Co-Founder, Bosnia Heritage Foundation.

Abdul-Aziz Drkić | Reciter
Instructor at the Islamic Faculty, University of Sarajevo; Khatib at Bakije Mosque, Sarajevo.

Jasmin Agović | Exhibition
Working for ICMP, Agovic photographed the mortal remains of Srebrenica genocide victims from mass graves for DNA identification.

Annotate | Artist
FLO Poet, Founder of Just Rhyme.


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