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APPG ON RIGHTS OF ROHINGYA LAUNCHES NEW INQUIRY REPORT
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APPG ON RIGHTS OF ROHINGYA LAUNCHES NEW INQUIRY REPORT

On Tuesday 10 September the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Rights of Rohingya launched its new report – report “A New Shape of Catastrophe”: Two years on from the 2017 Rohingya Crisis. The report put together by a cross-party group of MPs warns that continued violence and discrimination against the Rohingya in Myanmar mean conditions…

Rohingya Women Aren’t Just Refugees—They’re Leaders
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Rohingya Women Aren’t Just Refugees—They’re Leaders

Rohingya women are getting political. In June 2018, the Shalbagan refugee camp in Bangladesh, home to 41,000 Rohingya—the Muslim minority group that fled genocide in Myanmar—became the first of 30 new camps to elect leaders. When the results were tallied, organizers at the United Nations Refugee Agency and The Adventist Development and Relief Agency International,…

The Rohingya children need proper education
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The Rohingya children need proper education

Children make up 55% of the Rohingya refugee community in Bangladesh, and an estimated 625,000 children are lack of access to formal education and learning opportunities. More than 920,000 Rohingya, a mostly stateless Muslim minority from western Myanmar, currently live in camps and host communities scattered across Cox’s Bazar, a district of southeast Bangladesh. Most of…

Rohingya ‘lost generation’ struggle to study in Bangladesh camps
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Rohingya ‘lost generation’ struggle to study in Bangladesh camps

It is estimated that there are 55% children under the age of 18 living in the refugee camps. And about 745,000 Rohingya people faced persecution and inhumanity in Myanmar at the end of 2017, it’s bringing the total population of the refugee camps close to a million people. Rohingya refugee children need to have access…

Supporting Rohingya children access quality formal education
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Supporting Rohingya children access quality formal education

Rohingya children face many barriers to accessing formal education as well as accessing to higher education, including a lack of facilities and information, advice and individual guidance sensitive to their specific needs, insufficient provision of intensive courses for academic purposes, and restricted access to government local schools and national curriculum in camps in Bangladesh. We…

Help Rohingya children without family
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Help Rohingya children without family

A new study, released this week to mark the one-year anniversary since the military crackdown, suggests that some 70 per cent of all unaccompanied Rohingya children were separated from their parents or guardians through violent attacks. Save The Children said the survey, involving 139 unaccompanied and separated Rohingya children, was the largest of its type conducted…