16 Feb
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Rohingyas hope for justice

Rohingyas hope for justice and Protection through the NYC Conference. By Saifullah Muhammad, he Columbia University hosted a two-day conference from Feb. 8-10, urging for collective action against Myanmar and find tangible solutions for one of the worst humanitarian crises of modern times. The conflict in Myanmar is based on deep-rooted causes that aren’t immediately apparent, […]

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16 Jan
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Convenient scapegoats for all

How the Rohingya people have become convenient scapegoats for all sides By Saifullah Muhammad Jan. 4, Myanmar’s Independence Day, the Arakan Army (AA), a Buddhist Rakhine rebel group, launched attacks on four border police outposts in northern Rakhine State, killing 13 police officers. This was three more than during an Oct. 9, 2016 attack by […]

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03 Jan
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Call for action

Right groups call on Bangladesh not to force Rohingya to return to Myanmar By Saifullah Muhammad ince the late 1970s, policies of genocide and ethnic cleansing by Myanmar’s forces has resulted in five separate waves of the mass exodus by the country’s Rohingya minority. Over time, the international community–including Canada and the United Nations–has been […]

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03 Jan
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CANADA’S REFUGEE SYSTEM

WHAT A ROHINGYA COUPLE’S FIGHT FOR ASYLUM SAYS ABOUT CANADA’S REFUGEE SYSTEM By Steven Zhou decision by Canadian officials to reject the asylum claim of a young Rohingya couple exposes what they warn could become systemic issues for Rohingya people fleeing violence in Myanmar and seeking protection in Canada. Earlier this year, the Immigration and Refugee […]

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06 Sep
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Suu Kyi – blood on her hands

Canada Must Remain ‘Engaged’ With Myanmar’s Leader, Trudeau’s Office Says. But one advocate says she has “blood on her hands.” Canada has to remain “engaged” with Myanmar’s leader, the prime minister’s office says, even as her government and military face accusations of genocide. UN investigators released a damning report late last month alleging the Myanmar military carried […]

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28 Feb
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Repatriation of Rohingya?

The Real Political Will of Burmese Government on Rohingya Refugee Repatriation By Aman Ullah Myanmar government has cleared at least 55 Rohingya villages of all structures and vegetation, including scenes of atrocities, in an operation to destroy the evidence of crimes against humanity, the Human Rights Watch said on February 23. The HRW came up […]

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28 Feb
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How To Solve Rohingya Crisis?

By U Kyaw Min Both Dereek Tonkin and Dr.J.Leider, long-serving dictators and racial extremists in Myanmar, have tried to obliterate Rohingya identity. Nowadays, their effort to refute the authenticity of Rohingya identity reached the International level as Oxford University Press’s Asian History Unit commissioned Dr J Leider to write a reference article on the Rohingya. Here what […]

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27 Jan
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Richardson resigns

Once a Friend always not be a Friend By Aman Ullah One of Aung San Suu Kyi’s closest allies has resigned from an international advisory board calling it a “whitewash” and accusing the country’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi of lacking “moral leadership”. Richardson, a former Clinton administration cabinet member is a long time supporter of […]

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27 Jan
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Voluntary Repatriation a Must

Repatriation should be Voluntary and Welled- inform By Aman Ullah “Refugees are people who vote with their feet” once Lenin said. There is no doubt that the over one million-odd refugee from Myanmar, who have been sheltered in Bangladesh, have indeed voted with their feet. Their reluctance to return to their homes in Arakan is […]

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19 Jan
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Digital IDs with Blockchain

Stateless Rohingya to get digital IDs with blockchain KUALA LUMPUR (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Stateless Rohingya who fled Myanmar are set to receive digital identity cards using blockchain technology in a pilot project seeking to help them access services like banking and education. The first 1,000 people to benefit from the project in 2018 will […]

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