SENSE --the Srebrenica Documentation Center-- is a multimedia exhibition and database of the international criminal proceedings related to the Srebrenica genocide. The Documentation Center was established at the Memorial Center by the SENSE news agency on September 21, 2014.
In addition to a video presentation of the chronology of events in Srebrenica in July of 1995, SENSE makes an extensive database of courtroom materials available to the public. These materials include not only the indictments, pleas, and convictions of the Hague tribunal, but also critical evidence used in the prosecutions of cases related to Srebrenica, such as eye-witness testimony, military documents, and forensic evidence. The SENSE agency collected these materials through meticulous day-to-day reporting on criminal trials, which they then compiled into a publicly accessible multimedia archive donated to the Memorial Center.
Memorijalni centar Srebrenica objavio izvještaj o negiranju genocida u Srebrenici u ruskim medijima
Srebrenica Genocide Denial Report 2021
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On March 1st, 2021, the findings of the research project “Genocide Transcripts” were presented by the Srebrenica Memorial Center. This project establi...
The Srebrenica Memorial Center has the largest collection of photographs documenting life in the Srebrenica enclave between 1992 and 1995. This archiv...