Existential need for presentation of grave suffering of Serbian people and other inhabitants of Kingdom of Yugoslavia during the Second World War (1939-1945) on Internet was the motive behind the talks between representatives of Faculty of Mathematics at University of Belgrade, Institute for National and International Security and Museum of Genocide Victims. Hence, the first step was signing the agreement on cooperation within project to which every signatory will contribute with resources available to them respectively – expertize, technical assistance, material and financial support and so on.

Agreement was signed by Prof. Dr Zoran Rakić, Dean of Faculty of Mathematics, Prof. Dr Darko Trifunović, Director of the Institute and Dr Veljko Đurić Mišina, Director of the Museum. Further elaboration of the project is scheduled for the end of February.


Museum of Genocide Victims had the honour to host distinguished members of USA delegation to IHRA (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance), Dr Robert Williams, Deputy Director of Office of International Affairs of United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM), and Mr. Mark Weitzman, Director of Government Affairs of Simon Wiesenthal Center and next chairman of IHRA working group in charge of monitoring process of memorialization of Old Fair Ground (Staro Sajmište) in Belgrade. Their hosts in Belgrade were Mrs Nevena Bajalica, member of Republic of Serbia’s delegation to IHRA, and Mr Miško Stanišić, Director of NGO Terraforming from Amsterdam and Stockholm.    

In the name of Museum, guests were welcomed by Director, Dr Veljko Đurić Mišina, and research associate, Mr Stefan Radojković.

Meeting was more than constructive: guests were interested in core activities of Museum as well as in process of memorialization of Old Fair Ground. After the meeting, guests visited Museum’s premises, gifts were exchanged and proposition for start of cooperation between USHMM and Museum as well as invitation for return visit were given.

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Dr Dragan Cvetković, advisor of Museum of Genocide Victims, published the study on victims of Concentration camp Jasenovac in academic journal ‘History of 20th century’, publication of Institute for Contemporary History. We consider it to be significant contribution to the debate for which we know is never-ending.

07 02 2019

Dr Veljko Đurić, Director of Museum of Genocide Victims from Belgrade, together with his research associate Bojan Arbutina, has visited Archive of Vojvodina (Novi Sad) on 6th of February 2019.

Future cooperation, based upon an officially signed Agreement, was agreed with Director of Archive of Vojvodina, Dr Nebojša Kuzmanović. Additionally, two institutions agreed to cooperate within joint project – Encyclopaedia of Genocide in Independent State of Croatia (ISC) – which would be enterprise of domestic, as well as foreign scientific institutions.

In order to preserve lasting memory on victims of genocide - Serbs, Jews, Roma and other nations and national minorities – project aims to collect, process and use all acquired data on genocide which will be published in one, comprehensive, publication.

Possible realization of this joint publication - Encyclopaedia of Genocide in Independent State of Croatia (ISC) – is scheduled for year 2023.


Faculty of Business Studies and Law and Faculty for Information Technologies and Engineering of University “Union Nikola Tesla”, together with Museum of Genocide Victims have organized yet another international conference dedicated to the grave crimes which were committed during Second World War, where the special emphasis was put on the recent trend of history revisionism.

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Welcome notes to the participants and guests were given by Prof. Dr. Milan Radosavljević, Dean of Faculty for Business Studies and Law, and by Prof. Dr. Veljko Đurić Mišina, Director of Museum of Genocide Victims.

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Conference’s guest of honor was Mr. Ivica Dačić, Vice President of the Government of Republic of Serbia and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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