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June 2018
11/08/2018

Appeal to High Representative, Prijedor

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Appeal to High Representative, Prijedor We are writing to urge you to advocate for a memorial for the 3,167 victims of the aggression perpetrated by the Bosnian Serbs against non-Serbs in Prijedor Municipality, which began in 1992. More: Appeal_to_High_Representative_Prijedor_FV_08_08_18 (1)

31/07/2018

The Canadian Human Rights Museum has reduced the illumination of Aung San Suu Kyi portrait

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The Canadian Human Rights Museum has made a change in the  portrait of Aung San Suu Kyi in a gallery called “Turning Points for Humanity”. The Canadian Human Rights Museum has reduced the illumination of her portrait. In response to a letter from the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada, the Canadian Human Rights Museum […]

15/07/2018

Status Quo in Bosnia and Herzegovina after the War

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Status Quo in Bosnia and Herzegovina after the War Vahid Suljic Abstract The Dayton Peace Agreement ended the war in Bosnia, but did not end political and ethnic tensions. Despite various attempts by the international mediators, and experts involved in the settlement process, and millions of dollars spent on peace initiatives and programs, Bosnia is […]

09/07/2018

BRIAN MASSE REMEMBERS SREBRENICA ON THE 23rd ANNIVERSARY OF THE GENOCIDE

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BRIAN MASSE REMEMBERS SREBRENICA ON THE 23rd ANNIVERSARY OF THE GENOCIDE More: Masse Srebrenica Statement 23rd Anniversary (1) All citizens of Bosnian origin living in Canada can testify that Brian’s contribution and hard work to acknowledge and declare a day of mourning for Srebrenica and to make sure that everyone knows that the crimes committed […]

07/07/2018

RESULTS OF THE RESEARCH BY THE COMMISSION AND THE WORKING GROUP OF RS GOVERNMENT RELATED TO THE SREBRENICA GENOCIDE

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  RESULTS OF THE RESEARCH BY THE COMMISSION AND THE WORKING GROUP (OF THE REPUBLIKA SRPSKA GOVERNMENT) RELATED TO THE EVENT IN AND AROUND SREBRENICA IN 10-19 JULY 1995 More: 1. Results-of-the-research-by-the-commission-and-the-working-group-of-RS-goverment-related-the-event-in-and-araund-Srebrenica-10-19-Julyu-1995.

02/07/2018

When western companies appropriate other people’s pain, history and culture

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  It has come to this: images of monuments to victims of Holocaust at the site of former death camp in Croatia in which tens of thousands of Jews, Bosniaks, Serbs, Roma and Yugoslav resistance members were put to death are used to sell sunglasses. To whom it may concern, With this letter the Institute […]

05/06/2018

The request to create the BiH Diaspora Online Voting

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The request to create the BiH Diaspora Online Voting Annex 1 Request to create the BiH Diaspora Online Voting System Prezentacija-eVoting1 Prezentacija-eVoting2 Global Coordination Group for the country’s: USA, GBR, CHE, CAN, CZE, BIH, AUS, DEU, AUT Prof. dr. Naim Kosaric Prim. dr. Nijaz Sofic MSc Aljosa Mujagic P.Eng. MSc Dr.Emir Ramic Amir Makarevic Azra […]

04/06/2018

Appeal_to_High_Representative

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  Appeal_to_High_Representative We, the undersigned, call upon the Office of the High Representative to advocate and work with the relevant authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina to realize the right to reparation for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence. Reparations can take various forms, including restitution, compensation, rehabilitation, satisfaction, and guarantees of non-repetition, 1 and should aim […]

24/05/2018

Individual criminal liability and responsibility of the country for the genocide

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Doc. Dr. Sadmir Karović, is the member of the International Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide Canada In accordance with the foregoing, the genocide in Srebrenica and Rwanda at the end of the 20th century is an utter alarm that the international community must take all necessary action to ensure that human […]

24/04/2018

IGC on BiH Diasporic Conference

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BiH Diasporic Conference BiH Diasporic conference took place in Seattle. Our institute was invited to participate and present its long-standing work. The institute was represented by the secretary Alma Cizmic Clausen. In addition to presenting to the current work of the institute and future projects, the secretary has presented her life experience through the war […]

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