UK's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) Permanent Under-Secretary Sir Philip Barton has announced that UK will provide £3,000,000 (around Tk 42 crore) of new funding to support Rohingyas in Cox's Bazar and Bhasan Char
Is it a battle of numbers that give political actors the right to dehumanise them? We wish to believe that crises create the push for alternatives and that, in this case, collective actions will be towards this direction.
Even if they go back to their homeland, what exactly is awaiting them there?
China now appears to be quite active in trying to make the Rohingya repatriation a reality.
Environment and ecosystem rehabilitation has always been a cross-cutting issue in the JRPs. It is indeed exciting for environmentalists to see NbS finding its place in the world's largest refugee camp sheltering about a million of Myanmar’s Muslim minority.
Myanmar's geopolitical value is putting Bangladesh in a tight spot
A transnational syndicate is using a new land route through Myanmar to traffic people, mostly Rohingyas from refugee camps in Bangladesh, to Thailand and Malaysia.
What does the recent ICJ decision regarding Myanmar mean for Rohingya refugees?