Friday, 24 October 2014

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33 organizations and 33 Global Citizens call to end Rohingya genocide Maungdaw Clock tower junction UNHCR chief Stina Lgungdell with refugee children in Kutupalong registered camp Bangladesh-Burma border pillar number 50 BDR waiting for missing Nayek Mizanur Rahman who will hand over at this point Refugee shack destoryed by heavy rain and winds in rainy season inside Kutupalong  camp Kutupalong unregistered refugee camp overview in rainy season Lada refugee camp always faced water crisis in the summer season Heavy rain destroys Leda refugee camp

33 organizations and 33 Global Citizens call to end Rohingya genocide

Maungdaw Clock tower junction

UNHCR chief Stina Lgungdell with refugee children in Kutupalong registered camp

Bangladesh-Burma border pillar number 50

BDR waiting for missing Nayek Mizanur Rahman who will hand over at this point

Refugee shack destoryed by heavy rain and winds in rainy season inside Kutupalong camp

Kutupalong unregistered refugee camp overview in rainy season

Lada refugee camp always faced water crisis in the summer season

Heavy rain destroys Leda refugee camp

Commentary

Rohingyas are full citizens of Myanmar

25 August 2014

By Fakhruddin Ahmed ROHINGYA crisis has been weighing on the world's conscience for decades.  The UN Human Rights Council lists Myanmar's 800, 000 Rohingya Muslims among the world's most persecuted...

Changing dynamics in Myanmar impact Bangladesh’s geopolitics

24 June 2014

By Zahedul Amin On May 28, as the latest skirmish unfolded between Bangladesh’s Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Myanmar’s Border Guard Police (BGP), leaving one BGB member dead, the uneasy relationship...

"I'd kill him" - Racist violence as state policy in Burma

24 June 2014

By Andrea Gittleman In some areas of remote Rakhine State in western Burma (officially the Union of Myanmar), mothers struggle to find medicine for their sick children, people avoid visiting clinics...

Government strategy paper on Rohingyas

21 June 2014
Government strategy paper on Rohingyas

Let humanitarianism prevail By C.R. Abrar JUNE 20 marked the World Refugee Day.  The day beckoned the fortunate ones who have a place to call home to reflect and ponder on those...

Feature

World community should not turn blind eye on Myanmar’s severe brutality on Muslim minority

12 October 2014

By Nurul IslamThe Rakhine State (historically known as Arakan), is one of seven ethnic minority states which were formed under the constitution of 1974. The Rohingya Muslim population is mostly...

Outsourcing: New low in refugee protection

12 October 2014

By C.R. Abrar Refugee protection is a core human rights issue. The fundamental right of seeking and enjoying asylum from persecution in other countries has been enshrined in Article 14(1)...

Rohingyas and the Residents of Burma Registration Act

11 October 2014

By Aman UllahOn Burma attaining independence on 4th January 1948, it ceased to be a part of the British Commonwealth which it left of its own choice. However, at that...

Rohingya People Need Your Help

11 October 2014

By Dr. Habib Siddiqui The Rohingya people of Myanmar (formerly Burma) who mostly live in the western part - the Rakhine (formerly Arakan) state, bordering Bangladesh, are undoubtedly the most...

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