EDITORIAL

UN

NEWS FROM THE CAMPS

Repatriation will surely start when Myanmar changes its pogrom attitude

Today since 9 a.m. 5 buses and 10 trucks were stationed at the Rohingya refugee camp to transport 3,450 Rohingyas who were verified and approved from Naypyidaw to return to Myanmar. As anticipated the second attempt to repatriate hundreds of Rohingya refugees failed....

Timeline: Rohingya repatriation 2017 to Now

25 August, 2017Myanmar Genocidal Campaign against RohingyaNearly 750,000 have fled the persecution in the northern Rakhine province of Myanmar (Burma) for neighbouring Bangladesh.A repatriation dealBangladesh and Myanmar signed a repatriation deal for Rohingya...

Now Repatriation or No repatriation? Rohingya refugees viewpoints

Bangladesh government recently announced the arrangements to repatriate 3,450 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar this month (tentatively 22nd August). Despite assurances of the Bangladeshi authorities that the repatriation would be on a voluntary basis and safe, the...

APRRN is deeply concerned over the 22 August 2019 scheduled Rohingya repatriation

The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) is deeply concerned on the current Rohingya repatriation process and thinks the Myanmar government did not create a safe and sustainable condition for the Rohingyas to return to their place of...

Education and skill is a must for Rohingya children’s hopeful future

A recent UNICEF advocacy alert report shows that 2,167 learning centres facilitated education to about 192,000 Rohingya Refugee children. These centres are conveyed by UNICEF and its partners in Bangladesh. The report further calls for urgent investment in education...