This month, Bosnia and the international community commemorates the twentieth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre of 1995, which saw roughly 8,500 men and boys killed simply because of their Muslim religion. The Bosnian War, and especially Srebrenica, must never be forgotten, as it marks the largest mass murder in Europe since World War II. 3 Generations is proud to partner with Sophia and Georgia Scott and Groundtruth Productions in support of their latest film In The Shadow of War, which reveals that even after twenty years, the past is not yet behind the people affected by this war and genocide. Many films have been made about the war in former Yugoslavia—dealing with the subjects of truth, justice, and reconciliation, but this is the first film which charts the long term impact the war has had on children born during or just after the war ended.
Our mission at 3 Generations is to record the stories of survivors and amplify their voices through broad outreach. In addition to In The Shadow of War, we are also thrilled to announce Rinchen Dharlo’s interview is now available on our website. Dharlo, who is currently president of the Tibet Fund, experienced firsthand the deaths of his brother and mother and was eventually forced to flee from Tibet to India. The sad truth is genocide, war, and displacement are not exclusive to any geographic or ethnic boundaries: they happen everywhere.
Go to In The Shadow of War's website to find out more about the Scott sisters’ film, or watch the trailer on our own website as well, along with Rinchen Dharlo’s interview. Thank you to all who have continued to support 3 Generations. With your help, we will continue to raise awareness where awareness is due and assist survivors whose voices deserve to be heard.