26 Apr
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Academic Seminar: Summary Report

One-Year Anniversary: “Tell Them We’re Human”: What Canada and the World can do about the Rohingya Crisis Report of the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy, the Honourable Bob Rae Hosted by the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy Organized by the Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative April 17, 2019 Co-Chairs’ Summary April 17, 2019, lawyers, […]

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09 Mar
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Statement on Bhashan Char

Bhashan Char: CRDI Rejects the relocation plan March 8, 2019, Toronto: The Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative (CRDI) is deeply troubled by the Bangladeshi Government’s plan to relocate Rohingyas to a flood-prone island even amid criticisms raised by the humanitarian community and Rohingyas themselves. Bhashan Char island is hundreds of kilometers away from where most Rohingya refugees […]

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10 Jan
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Repatriation lacks protection

Repatriation of Rohingya lacks adequate protections The Star What is shocking is the fact the international community is maintaining a silence while witnessing two countries entering into a repatriation agreement to return a group of vulnerable people, considered the most persecuted minority in the world, to the place they face ethnic cleansing and possibly genocide […]

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28 Aug
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Myanmar face genocide charges

Myanmar military leaders must face genocide charges – UN report   The development follows the release of a report into the circumstances surrounding the mass exodus of more than 700,000 Rohingya people from Myanmar, beginning in mid-August last year – events previously described by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights as a “textbook example […]

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06 Feb
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Switzerland:12m for Rohingya

Switzerland pledges more than $12m for Rohingya refugees Switzerland has offered 12 million Swiss francs (12.8 million dollars) of humanitarian assistance for Rohingya Muslims being sheltered in Bangladesh, who fled 2017’s violent military crackdown in neighbouring Myanmar. Swiss President Alain Berset, on a four-day official visit to Bangladesh, made the announcement on Monday after a […]

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