The Consequences of Hatred Left Unchallenged

As part of “Greater Manchester Hate Crime Awareness Week 2018”, Remembering Srebrenica, Greater Manchester Police, Salford City Council & the University of Salford bring you “The Consquences of Hatred Left Unchallenged”.

Rešad Trbonja was just 19 when the war in Bosnia broke out. He spent the following four years in Sarajevo living through the longest siege in modern history whilst working to provide food for his family. He now speaks about his own experiences, the wider conflict in Bosnia–Herzegovina, and the consequences of hatred when left unchallenged.

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