According to the memories of the survivors, the 15 of them were outside that day, 10 June 1993, in the Podgradina neighbourhood when around 8:45 pm a shell interrupted their play. Five children were killed instantly, three died in hospital, and six were wounded.
organised by others
It is very unusual to find yourself “on the other side” of “glorious” Croatian (and not just Croatian) military victories, among those against whom the victories are being celebrated. It is clear who was defeated, but there is always the question of whether anyone actually won?
We continued our activities, while abiding by the relevant recommendations regarding the pandemic.
At the initiative of our friends from Germany, Apatiner Gemeinschaft, the Donauschwäbisches Zentralmuseum (DZM) from Ulm and the Donaubüro invited us to a panel discussion on memory, reconciliation, and research on the Danube Swabians
At the invitation of our friends from Prijedor, on 31 May, we joined in marking International White Armband Day to commemorate the civilians and children killed in Prijedor
On Friday, 8 March, the Centre for Peacebuilding in Kragujevac organised a round table at the Vuk Karadžić National Library on “Violent speech in the media and on social networks – verbal violence or freedom of expression”
The Youth Initiative for Human Rights in Croatia, with the assistance and support of the activist group Unmarked Sites of Atrocities, which has marked 58 unmarked sites of atrocities in Bosnia and Herzegovina to date, has started marking unmarked sites of atrocities in Croatia.
KURVE Wustrow organises
Guwahati, India, 23-27. November 2016