JRI Sponsors Unveiling of Monument Commemorating the Victims of Jadovno – Gospić – Pag

These camps were the precursor to the much larger Jasenovac camp complex, to which the surviving prisoners of this complex were sent in August 1941 as part of the Ustashe regime overall plan to exterminate all Jews, Serbs, Romas and political opponents within their territory. This permanent monument to the victims of Jadovno is the […]

The Jasenovac Research Institute hosts 18th Annual Days of Jasenovac Commemoration Ceremonies

The Lessons of Jasenovac for the Studyof Human Rights and International Law inthe 21st Century Opening Remarks by Barry Lituchy Keynote Speakers: Stefan Karganović Researcher and Author, Srebrenica Historical Project Mina Zirojević Author and Scholar on International Law, Genocide, Human Rights, and Professor of Human Rights, Belgrade Dr. Ljilijana Petrović Professor of Philosophy, Vanier College, […]

PM Netanyahu’s Meeting with Serbian PM Aleksandar Vučić

“It’s an honor to welcome you to Israel, Prime Minister, Mr. Vučić. The friendship between the Serbian and Jewish people goes back thousands of years, to the time of the Roman Republic. In the modern world are two peoples were united in struggles and suffering. In the terrible years of the Second World War in […]

Keynote Speaker, Roma Historian

Noted Roma historian Dr. Ian Hancock was keynote speaker at Jasenovac Research Institute’s 8th Annual Jasenovac Day of Commemoration Ceremonies held in New York, April 25th-26th, 2009. “He is director of the Program of Romani Studies and the Romani Archives and Documentation Center at The University of Texas at Austin, where he has been a professor […]

New Book on Jasenovac Available Now! Jasenovac and the Holocaust in Yugoslavia: Analyses and Testimonies

Edited by Barry M. Lituchy, Published by JRI, 2006, 408 pp. As scholarship and awareness of the Holocaust grew rapidly in the 1990’s, information on Jasenovac and the genocides perpetrated against Serbs, Jews and Romas in Yugoslavia during World War II was absent from this discussion. This neglect posed some troubling questions. How could the […]