Every year in Bosnia and Herzegovina since 2005 there is a remembrance walk between Tuzla and Srebrenica. The route traces the 110 kilometre journey made by refugees in July 1995 during the Balkan War to the "UN Security Zone" where they believed they would be unharmed. The United Nations withdrew leaving 8000 innocent men and boys to be massacred and countless women to be raped, all in an act declared in 2004 as Genocide by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. The walk ends at the Potočari Memorial Centre where remains of men and boys that have been identified that year are buried. In July of 2017 I attended the march and the burial ceremony, whilst also visiting other sites that had been affected by the conflict.