Jewish education NGO office in Belgrade vandalised with antisemitic tags

The NGO Haver works to educate kids about the Shoah and promote a diverse and inclusive society.

Jewish cemetery in Belgrade vandalised in antisemitic attack

Antisemitic graffiti were painted on the cemetery entrance reportedly by a group of ultra-right supporters of a Belgrade football club. The vandalism on the cemetery was reported to the authorities.

Serbia begins renovation of Staro Sajmiste concentration camp

A ceremony was held  to mark the start of renovation work on...

Novi Sad is getting a Memorial Center dedicated to victims of South Bačka Pogrom

The "Novi Sad - European Capital of Culture" Foundation will announce a public urban-architecture competition to select the best design for the future Memorial Center dedicated to the victims of the 1942 South Bačka Pogrom.

‘Stumbling Stones’ unveiled to honour Belgrade Holocaust victims

German Sculptor Gunter Demnig installed five brass plaques known as Stolpersteine (‘stumbling blocks’) in Belgrade, engraved with the names of Holocaust victims.

Belgrade’s Jewish community — a rock to weather all storms

Israeli news outlet Ynet made a profile of the Jewish community of Belgrade, and interviewed Chief Rabbi or Serbia Isaac Asiel.

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