Balkan | -s - Part 21

posted by PP on 2005/06/29 20:09

[ Balkan | -s ]

The Bosnian Institute (14/16 St Mark's Road London W11 RQ) invites to a reception "celebrating" the publication of Raw Memory. Prijedor, Laboratory of Ethnic Cleansing by Isabelle Wesselingh and Arnaud Vaulerin on Monday 4 July 2005.

The Book was published at Saqi Books in association with The Bosnian Institute and costs £ 14.99.

After the Presentation (at Venue, The Boardroom, University of Westminster, 307-309 Regent Street , W1) follows the regularly monthly Forum (in association with the Centre for Study of Democracy), 7.15 p.m. to 9 p.m.:

Abel Hertzberger will introduce a discussion on Bringing life back to Srebrenica. he comes from Werkgroep Nederland Srebrenica, and is involved in the Civil Presence Project, under which international volunteers offer practical and moral support to returnees. An additional aim is to seek to improve the quality of life in the town through practical measures - e.g. in the sphere of reconstruction, income generation, health and social care, cultural activities for children - that can benefit all its inhabitants, thus fostering interaction between returning Bosniaks and 'Serbs of good will', themselves often refugees from elsewhere.

Further Informations:
telephone +44(0)20-7243 2900
facsimile +44(0)20-7243 8874


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(Weitere Informationen hier)
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