The Museum of Genocide Victims is constantly on the lookout for new ways to expand its projects related to the research of war victims. In that regard, we are delighted to announce that we have found our new associates in Montenegro. The agreement between the Director of the Museum of Victims of Genocide [ ... ]Read more ...
The NGO War Veterans of Kikinda and The Museum of Genocide Victims continued their successful and fruitful cooperation to mark the 22nd anniversary of the Croatian Army’s terror against the Republic of Serbian Krajina and a horrific suffering of the Serbian people which ended with the disappearance [ ... ]Read more ...
DjuroZatezalo, a longtime friend and associate of the Museum of Genocide Victims, has passed away.
He left behind a rich bibliography of works. Some of his most well-known works include:I Did My Peasant’s and Blacksmith’s Job: Testimonies of Genocide (Serbian Cultural Society Prosvjeta, Zagreb [ ... ]Read more ...
The Board of the Museum of Genocide Victims announced on 22 November 2016 that it would hold an election for the Director of the Museum, having had an Acting Director for years.
The election had only one candidate. Following the usual procedure, the Board noted that the candidate Dr. VeljkoDjurić [ ... ]Read more ...
The collaboration of The Museum of Genocide Victims with related institutions produced its latest addition. The Museum of Kozara in Prijedor hosted the exhibition called The Marks of Great Crimes. The opening ceremony took place on 12 July (St. Peter’s Day), the 75th anniversary of the establishment [ ... ]Read more ...
Media Center Belgrade, 10 July 2017: Presentation of The Reappraisal of Srebrenica: The Collection of Works from the 2015 and 2016 Expert and Scientific Panels on Srebrenica (the joint publication of the Museum of Genocide Victims Belgrade, The Representative Office of Republika Srpska and The Strategic [ ... ]Read more ...
The Museum of Genocide Victims is proud to have been able to attend nearly every event that honors the sufferings of Serbian, Jewish and Roma citizens in the Second World War. The 75th anniversary of the German-Croatian offensive on Kozara and devastating suffering of the Serbian people of that region [ ... ]Read more ...
The cooperation between the Museum of Genocide Victims and the People’s Museum of Toplice yielded the exhibition entitled The Toplice Uprising 1917 to honor the centenary of the uprising against the occupiers. The two Museums also showcased their new releases.
Dr. Veljko Djurić Mišina, Dr. Aleksandar [ ... ]Read more ...
Intent on providing as much information about its activities as possible to the public, the Museum of Genocide Victims has organized a panel to be held in Odbrana Media Center (Central Military Club, Braće Jugović Street) on 26 June 2017 at noon.
On behalf of the host, Dr. Veljko Djurić Mišina [ ... ]Read more ...
The Museum of Genocide Victims and the People’s Museum of Toplice in Prokuplje have continued their collaboration by opening a special version of the 1917 Toplice Uprising exhibition in Kalemegdan, Belgrade. On 15 June, we had the pleasure to host Darko Žarić, the People’s Museum’s Director, [ ... ]Read more ...
- 14 June 2017: Kalemegdan, Belgrade
- Piva Monastery, 9 June 2017: Meeting of the Serbian Orthodox Church’s Jasenovac Committee
- 5 – 9 June 2017: International Workshop Online Access of Holocaust Documents: Ethical and Practical Challenges in Bucharest, Romania
- 20 May 2017: Scientific Meeting Science and Reality in East Sarajevo
- 15 May 2017: Promotion of Dr. Drago Njegovan’s book The Postering of Genocide
- 7-11 May 2017: The Second International Conference Medicine in the Holocaust and Beyond in the Western Galilee, Israel
- 9 May 2017: Kosovska Mitrovica
- 8 May 2017: Letter from Tanja Mehle, the daughter of late Dr. Milan Bastašić, to the Museum of Genocide Victims
- “Sons of Herod” in English (sync.)
- 29 April 2017: Progress Gallery, Belgrade
- 27 April 2017: Progress Gallery, Belgrade
- 26 April 2017: Church of the Ascension, Belgrade
- 25 April 2017: Remembering the World War II Victims in Kikinda
- 24 April 2017: First Belgrade Gymnasium
- 23 April 2017: Commemoration in Donja Gradina
- 22 April 2017: Progress Gallery, Belgrade
- 21 April 2017: Šamac, Republika Srpska
- 3 April 2017: 9th Belgrade Gymnasium
- 30 March 2017: Exhibition ‘The Marks of Great Crimes’ in Semberija Museum, Bijeljina
- 24 March 2017 in Kikinda: Marking the Anniversary of NATO aggression against Yugoslavia
- 24 February 2017: The Museum of Genocide Victims
- 14 February 2017: Exhibition ‘The Suffering of Serbian Orthodox Church in Lika 1941-1995’ in the Crypt of Saint Sava’s Memorial Temple
- 8 February 2017: Esteemed guests visit the Museum of Genocide Victims
- 30 January 2017: Exhibition ‘The Marks of Great Crimes’ opened in Ugljevik, Republika Srpska
- 27 January 2017: Fourth International Conference ‘Suffering of the Serbs, Jews, Roma and Others in Former Yugoslavia’ held at Sajmiste in Belgrade, Serbia
- 5 January 2017: Kravice near Bratunac, Republika Srpska – Bosnia and Herzegovina
- 30 December 2016: First significant donation to the Museum of Genocide Victims for education center of the Remember the Victims Foundation in Staro Sajmiste, Belgrade