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Central Commemoration of the Genocide in Srebrenica, Canada


Central Commemoration on the occasion of the 22nd Anniversary of the Genocide in Srebrenica, Canada In front of the first monument to victims of genocide in Srebrenica in North America – Windsor July 15th 2017 at noon in Jackson Park Windsor ON. Organized by the local community and sponsored by the Genocide Research Institute, Canada. […]


July 11. Srebrenica Memorial Day in Hamilton


Press Release of the Genocide Research Institute, Canada Mayor Hamilton announced July 11th The Day of Remembrance of Victims of Genocide against Bosniaks of Srebrenica On the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the genocide in the “UN protected area” Srebrenica, Mayor of Hamilton, Fred Eisenberger, on the proposal of Councillor Maria Pearson, declared July […]


“Srebrenica Remembrance Week”


On the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the Genocide in Srebrenica, the Institute for Genocide Research Canada (IGC) and the Congress of North American Bosniaks (CNAB) organize: “Srebrenica Remembrance Week” With an aim to raise awareness to the American and Canadian public about the worst genocide in Europe since the Holocaust, all citizens are […]


Hamilton in solidarity with Prijedor


May 31, 2017. The Canadian city of Hamilton in solidarity with the victims of genocide in Prijedor. Hamilton joined the commemoration of the Worldwide White Armband Day At the initiative of Marie Pearson, councillor of the city of Hamilton, Mayor Fred Eisenberger is included Hamilton in commemoration of World Wide White Armband Day. On a […]


The Prijedor White Band


The Prijedor White Band In order for the genocide in Prijedor to be committed there were required centuries of antagonism and hatred. This created a criminal ideology, which through it’s own hegemonic projects gave guidelines for concrete implementation. In order for the planners to justify the genocide, the associated criminal enterprise, had to resort to […]


The Flower of Srebrenica in Canadian Parliament


May 17, 2017. Press release of the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada The Flower of Srebrenica was delivered to members of the Canadian Parliament In gratitude to Canada for all she has done for the truth about the greatest crime after the Holocaust in Europe, the genocide in Srebrenica and for justice for the […]


Remembrance for 116 People Killed in Ahmici


Remembrance for 116 People Killed in Ahmici During the attack on Ahmici on April 16, 1993, HVO members killed 116 civilians, including the elderly, women and children. The youngest victim was a three-month old baby, while the oldest victim was 82 years old. Genocide in Ahmići, 16 April 1993, was planned and executed systematically and […]


Help the work of IGK


  Help the work of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada – Help work on truth and justice Institute for Research of Genocide Canada is a public scientific institution engaged in analysis of crimes against peace, crime of genocide, and other grave breaches of international law. When you support the Institute for Research of […]


Reopen Canadian Embassy in Sarajevo


March 20, 2017. The Honourable Chrystia Freeland Minister of Foreign Affairs Dear Minister of Foreign Affairs, The Embassy of Canada in Sarajevo officially closed on August 1, 2009. The decision to close the Embassy of Canada in Sarajevo was made in early 2009 and was verbally announced to the Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina in […]


Canada’s response to the Bosnian independence


  February 28, 2017. Canada’s response to those who deny the independence of B&H A referendum on the independence of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina represents the fulfillment of centuries of political aspirations of the Bosnian being This act received its official international recognition on 6 April 1992, when Bosnia and Herzegovina was recognized […]

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