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Showing posts with label Future. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Future. Show all posts

Saturday, February 20, 2021

Bleak future ahead for Suu Kyi and Myanmar

ARAB NEWS
DR. AZEEM IBRAHIM
February 19, 2021
Aung San Suu Kyi attends a special lunch on sustainable development on the sidelines of the ASEAN summit in Bangkok, Thailand, Nov. 4, 2019. (Reuters)


Aung San Suu Kyi once again finds herself in a set of circumstances that defined her life in the past: Under arrest by the military government of her country. However, this time around, things are very different. She is no longer seen as the global democracy and human rights icon, and few outside of Myanmar will campaign for her release with the energy and zeal they did in the past. And, while she remains popular in Myanmar itself, that popularity remains unlikely to translate into a reversal of the military coup.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Rohingya children too deserve a meaningful future

Financial Express
Rezaul Karim Chowdhury
February 08, 2021
While visiting a few Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar recently, this author met a young man there. He used to go to a Bangladeshi university a few years back but had to leave studies due to financial constraints when a new influx of Rohingya refugees took place in August 2017. The youth is currently working in Rohingya camps with hundreds of others of his age through a network to educate the Rohingya children.

We found a few Rohingya girls who can speak English quite well and are working to protect rights of Rohingya girls and women in the camps where their compatriots have been provided with shelter.

Throgh activities on Twitter,we have been in regular contact with 10-15 well-educated Rohingya youths. They live in the camps and regularly post updates on the current situation. This author also knows a few Rohingya youths who can take pictures like professional photographers. Some even write poems and stories that are published in international magazines.

Thursday, July 2, 2020

OP-ED: What is the future of the Rohingya?

Dhaka Tribune
Julian Francis
July 2nd, 2020
Many refugees absolutely refuse to go back to Myanmar REUTERS


Putting the worst refugee crisis of our times in historical context

On June 29, I was very glad to attend an important online discussion in recognition of World Refugee Day, which was organized by the Centre for the Study of Genocide and Justice and the Liberation War Museum.

The guest of honour was the Honourable Foreign Secretary Masud Bin Momen, who gave the keynote address, and the function was also addressed by Steven Corliss, UNHCR’s Bangladesh country representative and the country representative of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Raquibul Amin.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

What Future for the Rohingyas after the ICJ Ruling?


IPS INTER PRESS SERVICE           
              News Agency
  By Maged Srour



ROME, Feb 19 2020 (IPS) - In a groundbreaking ruling in January 2020, the International Court of Justice demanded that Myanmar halt all measures that contribute to the genocide of the Rohingya community.

The order was lauded by international bodies and organisations who have been involved with and/or closely following the case since the Gambia filed a lawsuit against Myanmar for human rights violations against the Rohingya community.

The United Nations Secretary General has said he “welcomes” the order and “will promptly transmit the notice of the provisional measures ordered by the Court to the Security Council,”

The Rohingya refugees continue to remain in camps in Bangladesh, where they are vulnerable to human trafficking and other forms of violence.

IPS has been reporting extensively on the Rohingya tragedy over the past several years.
http://www.ipsnews.net/2020/01/experts-laud-international-court-justice-order-myanmar-halt-genocidal-conduct/ Here, IPS brings together a select number of powerful images from the Rohingya community seen through the lens of Mohammad Rakibul Hassan, a Bangladeshi photojournalist, filmmaker and visual artist.

Saturday, September 28, 2019

Senior US official issues strong new warning to Myanmar on Rohingya amid growing concern about refugees' future

abc NEWS
conor finnegan
Sep 27, 2019,

The United States' top official for foreign aid issued a firm and emotional warning Thursday to Myanmar about the lack of progress over how it treats the Rohingya and other ethnic minority groups.
Two years after violent attacks by Myanmar security forces and local militias against the Muslim ethnic minority killed thousands and sent more than 750,000 across the border as refugees, little has changed on the ground in Myanmar's northwest Rakhine state. Critics say it's because the U.S., the United Nations and others have not done enough to pressure the government. 

"They're not on the right path and a democratic journey, and I worry a great deal," Mark Green, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, told ABC News in an interview.
 

Friday, April 26, 2019

What’s the future for the Rohingya?

ABC
By Liam Cochrane




The abuse of Muslim Rohingyas in Myanmar continues, with hundreds more fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh in recent months.

Friday, April 5, 2019

UN: Climate disasters imperil Bangladesh kids' lives, future

abc NEWS
By JULHAS ALAM Associated Press 
DHAKA, Bangladesh — 
Apr 5, 2019

A report by the U.N. children's agency says the lives and futures of more than 19 million Bangladeshi children are at risk from the impact of floods, cyclones and other environmental disasters linked to climate change

(The Associated Press) FILE - In this June 4, 2018, file photo, Bangladeshi children sit on garbage piled up by the river Buriganga in Hazaribagh area in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A new report by the United Nations children’s agency says the lives and futures of more than 19 million Bangladeshi children are at risk from colossal impacts of devastating floods, cyclones and other environmental disasters linked to climate change. The UNICEF report released Friday, April 5, 2019 said the tally includes Rohingya refugee children from Myanmar who are living in squalid camps in southern Bangladesh.( AP Photo/