Kemal Pervanic
Kemal Pervanic gives a talk using a head-worn microphone in a black shirt with a blue lanyard.
Kemal Pervanic Chair of the board of Most Mira (Bridge of Peace)

Kemal is a survivor of the Omarska concentration camp. He was born in Prijedor, Bosnia-Herzegovina, one of the regions most severely affected during the Bosnian War. He witnessed first-hand horrific acts of genocide, some of which were perpetrated by individuals he knew personally. He has been involved in human rights work for nearly two decades, participating as a keynote speaker at a number of conferences, addressing issues such as reconciliation, genocide, peace-building, memorialization and forgiveness. He regularly gives talks at schools, universities, prisons and community centres and has been invited to speak on TV and radio. He is also an author ('The Killing Days: My Journey Through The Bosnian War') and film-maker ('Pretty Village').

Kemal is a survivor of the Omarska concentration camp. He was born in Prijedor, Bosnia-Herzegovina, one of the regions most severely affected during the Bosnian War. He witnessed first-hand horrific acts of genocide, some of which were perpetrated by individuals he knew personally. He has been involved in human rights work for nearly two decades, participating as a keynote speaker at a number of conferences, addressing issues such as reconciliation, genocide, peace-building, memorialization and forgiveness. He regularly gives talks at schools, universities, prisons and community centres and has been invited to speak on TV and radio. He is also an author ('The Killing Days: My Journey Through The Bosnian War') and film-maker ('Pretty Village').