Children of Rohingya families that are still living in strife-torn Buthidaung are reportedly facing racial segregation as the Government teachers (Buddhist) hesitant and reluctant to teach Rohingya students in school. Students who live in the northernmost and...read more
U Kyaw Hla Aung a Rohingya humanitarian and activist ranked 28th amongst world’s 50 Greatest Leaders
Mr. U Kyaw Hla Aung, a 75-year old Rohingya human rights defender in Rakhine/Arakan State been ranked 28th on 2019 Fortune’s World’s 50 Greatest Leaders. U Kyaw Hla Aung is a lawyer and activist who worked for decades to appeal for basic human rights for the Rohingya...read more
About a million Rohingyas living in Cox's Bazar are at risk of landslides and floods in this rainy season. Risks are increasing immensely as they are building makeshifts on the steep slopes of the hill. During the monsoon, Rohingyas are spending their days in fear of...read more
The Myanmar military declared to continue the curfew at Buthidaung and Maungdaw district from 10:00 p.m. to 6 a.m. that continued from 2012. The curfew is renewed in an interval of 2 months. The curfew has been declared by Oo Tun Khaing, Buddhist chairman of Maungdaw...read more
Dr. AK Abdul Momen, Foreign Minister of Bangladesh accused the country’s second neighbor Myanmar of resorting to blatant lies with reference to the statement of a Myanmar minister who said that Rohingyas are not returning due to non-cooperation from Bangladesh. The FM...read more
Early this morning, a Rohingya minor girl named Samerah (13) was found dead near the village cemetery at Ngan Chaung village, North Maungdaw. According to her father Noor Bashar who resides from Ngan Chaung, North Maungdaw; unlike every day at around 5 p. m. his...read more
In the refugee camps domestic violence happens almost on a daily basis. The problem is often overlooked, ignored, denied or mostly silenced by the perpetrator and the surrounding people. While 6 months ago domestic violence was increasing at an alarming rate at...read more
On June 11th around 11:00 a. m. the representative of European Union Human Right Commissioner Eamon Gilmore visited the Kutupalong Refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Following his visit, he met 10 Rohingya men and had a conversation regarding their social issues....read more
On 28th October 2016, Nur Begum, was only 18 years old when she fled Myanmar to Bangladesh along with her younger brother Ahmed Ullah who was only 15 years old. They had three other siblings. Nur was attempting to live a normal life when on 20th October the Tatmadaw...
At Nayapara Registered camp, Cox’s Bazar; there are approximately 8,000 children inhabited with little to no education. These Children experienced only the adverse side of the world. They have encountered slavery, brutality, sexual violence and what not. In a way to...