Samantha Power

Harvard University, USA

Stephen D. Smith

USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education., USA
Testimony: The Heart of History and Memory

Henry C. Theriault

Philosophy Department at Worcester State University, USA
Asymmetrical Power, Denial, and Repair

James Waller

The Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities (AIPG), USA
Srebrenica as a Call to Action: Fighting Denial and Impunity through Prevention

David Rohde

The New Yorker, USA

Samuel Totten

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA
Denial of the Srebrenica Genocide Is Perverse, Counter to the Hard Facts, and International Organizations Have a Moral Responsibility to Battle Such Denial

John Cox

University of North Carolina Charlotte, USA
Genocide-Denial and Fascism in the 21st Century

Peter Maass

The Intercept, USA
The Second War: Journalism and the Protection of the Memory of Genocide From the Forces of Denial

Mehnaz Afridi

Manhattan College in New York City, USA
Muslims, Genocide and the Question of Healing?

David Simon

Yale University ,
Has the world learned from its failures at Srebrenica?

Cathie Carmichael

University of East Anglia, UK
The Process of Genocide

Brendan Simms

University of Cambridge, UK

Jasmin Mujanović

Elon University, Elon, NC, USA
The Bosnian Genocide and the Western Far-Right

Hamza Karčić

University of Sarajevo, BiH
4 Stages of Bosnia Genocide Denial

Edin Hajdarpašić

Loyola University Chicago, USA
Peter Handke and the Art of Genocide Denial

Tanya L. Domi

Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, USA
ICTY's Failure to Prosecute Rapes That Occurred in Srebrenica Obscures a Totality of Crimes

Hariz Halilovich

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia
The Bosnian genocide and its effects on the victims and perpetrators: An Anthropological perspective

Jennifer Trahan

NYU Center for Global Affairs, USA
Benchmarks for Assessing the Legacy of the ICTY

Marko Attila Hoare

Department of Political Science and International Relations, BiH
Left-wing denial of the Bosnian genocide

Edina Bećirević

University of Sarajevo, BiH
Genocide Denial, Collective Responsibility, and Stockholm Syndrome: The Relationship Between the Serb People and Their Political Elites

Ehlimana Memišević

University of Sarajevo, BiH
Attempts to Incriminate Genocide Denial in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Nenad Dimitrijevic

Central European University Political Science Department, HU
Life after death. A view from Serbia.

András Riedlmayer

Harvard Fine Arts Library, USA
Killing memory: The destruction of Srebrenica's cultural and religious heritage.

Carole Hodge

South-East European Research Unit at the University of Glasgow, UK
Mladic and Karadzic - will justice be served?

Melanie O’Brien

The University of Western Australia, Australia
Genocide and Human Rights

Admir Mulaosmanović

International University of Sarajevo, BiH
Misuse of the past as a key element of dehumanization of Bosniaks

Gabriela Ghindea

The Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities ,
A Shared Desire: Regional Efforts to Prevent Genocide

Sead Turčalo

Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo, BiH
(Re)creating Spaces after Genocide: The Case of Srebrenica

Emir Suljagić

Srebrenica Genocide Memorial, BiH
The Role of the Bosnian Serb Assembly in the Social Construction of Bosniaks during Genocide 1992-95

Denis Dzidic

Balkan Investigative Reporting Network Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIRN BiH) ,
Battling Historical Revisionism in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hikmet Karčić

Institute for Islamic Tradition of Bosniaks in Sarajevo, BiH
The Strange World of Bosnian Genocide Deniers

Sonat Birnecker Hart

WJC Jewish Diplomatic Corps,