Cox’s Bazar

Stateless Rohingya more isolated than ever

Along with being a major health risk, Covid-19 has proved to be a massive economic shock to much of the world. For those communities at the margins, their underlying vulnerabilities have been exposed even further. This especially applies to the Rohingya people, who are in…

Rohingya crisis 3 years on: no progress, no peace

Three years ago, more than 700,000 Rohingya, including almost half a million children, fled their homes in Myanmar to Bangladesh, leaving everything behind, in a bid to escape horrific violence and human-rights abuses in Rakhine state. August 25 will mark their third year of forced…

The world is failing the Rohingya

The brutality that began in Myanmar’s Rakhine state on August 25, 2017, marked a crescendo in a decades-long, state-led campaign of physical and structural violence, discriminatory policies and practices, and dehumanizing hate speech targeting the Rohingya. In just a few weeks, the Tatmadaw, as Myanmar’s…

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