To mark Srebrenica Memorial Day, Stuart honoured those who were murdered during the genocide 21 years ago.
He signed the Remembering Srebrenica Book of Pledges, promising to play his part in ensuring that the lessons from the genocide are learnt and community cohesion is strengthened in Yorkshire.
Today marks the 21st anniversary of the worst atrocity on European soil since World War Two when over 8,000 men and boys were murdered just because of their faith. The charity, Remembering Srebrenica, which organises memorial events across the UK, says that this year it is time to act to counter the rising threat of hate crime in the UK.
"Srebrenica Memorial Day reminds us all that a shocking genocide took place only 21 years ago and this should never be forgotten. I strongly encourage everyone to take this day as an opportunity to remember the victims and survivors of Srebrenica, but also to work together to make our own community a place of safety that welcomes and cherishes diversity".
Srebrenica Memorial Week takes place from 10th-17th July, with hundreds of local commeorative events taking place across the country arranged by schools, faith groups and community organisations, as well as UK and national events taking place in London, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast remembering the victims of the genocide.