‘Srebrenica - Memory for the Future’/‘Srebrenica - secanje za buducnost’
Uploaded: Friday, 01 July, 2005
Serbian human-rights organizations have sponsored an exhibition of photographs entitled 'Srebrenica - memory for the future' shown in Belgrade during June and scheduled to move to Washington, Brussels, Strasbourg, Berlin and Sarajevo
An exhibition of photographs by 10 journalists, entitled ‘Srebrenica -
memory for the future,’ opened in Belgrade on June 10th. Organized by the
regional office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation for Southeastern Europe,
in collaboration with the Research and Documentation Centre and the
Organization ‘Kult B’ from Sarajevo, the exhibition features works
by Darko Bandic, Acif Hodovic, Roger Hutchins, Zijah Gafic, Danilo
Krstanovic, Paul Lowe, Muhamed Mujkic, Simon Norfolk, Gilles Peress,
and Almin Zmo.
Among the local co-sponsors are the Belgrade Centre for Human Rights,
the Belgrade Circle, the Centre for Antiwar Action, the Centre for
Multiculturalism, the Centre for Regionalism, the Belgrade Centre
for Women's Studies, the newspaper Danas and Republika magazine,
Documentation Centre ‘The Wars 1991-1999,’ the Faculty of Political
Science in Belgrade, the Humanitarian Law Centre, Forum NVO Kraljevo,
Citizens' Initiative, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia,
Youth Initiative for Human Rights, Lawyers' Committee for Human Rights,
the Leskovac Committee for Human Rights, the Roma Community Centre,
and Women in Black.
The opening of the exhibition was attended by representatives of
the Association of Mothers of Srebrenica. It included testimony
by Kada Hotic, who lost her husband, son and two brothers in
the Srebrenica massacre, who appealed to citizens of Serbia to
acknowledge the crime and to bring the perpetrators to justice.
The exhibition will remain at the Centre for Cultural Decontamination
(CKZD) < http://www.czkd.org.yu/english/indexe.htm > in Belgrade
through 29 June 2005. Thereafter, it will travel to Washington,
Brussels, Strasbourg, Berlin and Sarajevo.
Report issued by B92 (Belgrade), 11 June 2005