Remembering Srebrenica

Diversity and Cohesion have a developed a travelling exhibition for schools based on raising awareness of the genocide that took place in Bosnia in July 1995. This is recognised as the last genocide to take place on European soil, where 8372 Muslim men and boys were massacred after the United Nations declared the town of Srebrenica a safe haven. Staff and students will be offered peer guide training with the exhibition, to allow schools to arrange as many groups as possible to be guided around the exhibition. The exhibition will be suitable for a large classroom, studio or hall space and will be accompanied with resources such as workshop materials. It can be used as part of a bigger peer education project for students, such as Stand up, Speak out, Make a Difference, or as a stand alone activity.

For more information, please contact Interim Head of Diversity and Cohesion.