Rohingya influx: 3 years on

Rohingya influx: 3 years on

Rohingya repatriation: Myanmar doing little while Bangladesh facing challenges

When Bangladesh continues to bear the brunt of sheltering more than a million Rohingyas, Myanmar is doing little for their repatriation amid the silence of global powers though the Southeast Asian country faces a genocide case.

A look at the crisis

This month marks the third anniversary of the fleeing of more than 730,000 Rohingyas from Myanmar’s Rakhine State to Bangladesh after a military-led crackdown in response to an attack by militants on Myanmar security posts.

Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day / Three years on: what’s next for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh?

After August 25, 2017, headlines across the world were dominated by the exodus of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees fleeing to Bangladesh.

Editorial / Has the world lost interest in the victims of genocide?

Over the last three years, Bangladesh has had to bear the greatest brunt of the worst humanitarian crisis in recent times, resulting from the execution of Myanmar military junta's long term plans of denuding the area of the Rohingya population. Rohingya repatriation remains a far cry - has the world lost interest?

Never-ending road to justice

The situation of 6,00,000 Rohingyas still living in Myanmar’s Rakhine State has worsened -- a reality that mocks the International Court of Justice order to prevent the acts of genocide, legal experts and Rohingya activists have said.

Myanmar frustrating repatriation efforts

In the face of Myanmar’s strategy of doing nothing about restoring normalcy in Rakhine, Bangladesh is demanding the international community to create basic services, safety, security and livelihood options for the Rohingyas who would return to Myanmar.

What role do nature-based solutions play in the Rohingya refugee crisis?

Over the last three years, the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar and Teknaf have been telling us many stories of failures, successes and uncertainties.