R2.1: MAPPING THE ART & SCIENCE of URBAN RESILIENCE
R2.1 is a multi-media and publishing company for the 21st century specialising in urban resilience industry,
knowledge transfer, the art and science of influence, content curation – mapping - case-study methodology.
Author
Suada Kapic

Custodians
© FAMA Authors (2010)

Project Leader
YIHR BH

Team
Documentary-Animation
Interactive educational web portal

Content
Introduction
MAP 01: HOMEPAGE
MAP 02: THE SETTING
MAP 03: JULY 6th, 1995
MAP 04: JULY 7th, 1995
MAP 05: JULY 8th, 1995
MAP 06: JULY 9th, 1995
MAP 07: JULY 10th, 1995
MAP 08: JULY 11th, 1995
MAP 09: JULY 12th, 1995
MAP 10: JULY 13th, 1995
MAP 11: JULY 14th, 1995
MAP 12: JULY 15th, 1995
MAP 13: JULY 16th, 1995
MAP 14: JULY 17th, 1995
MAP 15: JULY 18/19th, 1995
MAP 16: MASS GRAVES
MAP 17: EPILOGUE

Language
English and Bosnian / Croatian / Serbian

SREBRENICA: Mapping the Genocide

… is a not-for-profit educational initiative whose aim is to bridge the gap between this event and contemporary interpretations in an interactive composition.

www.srebrenica-mappinggenocide.com

The project contains 17 animated maps organized chronologically and in line with methodologies adopted by institutions collecting and archiving documents related to Srebrenica genocide and genocide in general – as identified by a number of respective studies. Each map has key points containing particular evidence (text files, photos, video clips).

MAPPING GENOCIDE The process of genocide is a series of events that take place according to the specific form that has its own stages, and which is characterized by a certain 'internal logic'. A genocidal process has a beginning, a structured course, and its conclusion. Firstly, it starts with identification of the target group (victims usually selected based on an affiliation to a group or category of population) that is subjected to persecution or destruction. Secondly, it is the expropriation of the property of the identified target group that takes place; thirdly, the identified group has to occupy a unique territory; fourthly, the group has to be expelled, and finally significant number of the group members has to be killed. Although in reality those stages can swiftly take place one after another, it has been noted that depending on circumstances, first stages of persecution may be conducted in public, whereas later stages are usually shrouded in secrecy. (Ton Zwaan "On the Etiology and Genesis of Genocides and Mass Crimes Targeting Specific Groups")