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Showing posts with label Rohingya Crisis. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rohingya Crisis. Show all posts

Saturday, July 20, 2024

MALAYSIA URGED TO LEAD ASEAN AGAINST MYANMAR'S HUMANITARIAN CRISIS, ROHINGYA PERSECUTION

BERNEMA
By Wan Muhammad Aslah Wan Razali
18/07/2024

KUALA LUMPUR, July 18 (Bernama) -- As chair of the upcoming ASEAN Summit in 2025, Malaysia is being called upon to take a leading role in addressing the humanitarian crisis and safeguarding the rights and lives of the Rohingya people in Myanmar.

Saturday, June 22, 2024

The only one solution to the Rohingya crisis

Dhaka Tribune
Tribune Editorial
Publish : 22 Jun 2024,

The ethnic cleansing of Myanmar’s Rohingya population has been one of the most prolonged humanitarian crises in human history, one which has led to the exodus of more than a million of the Muslim minority to seek refuge in Bangladesh where they are currently subsisting in various camps.

Wednesday, June 12, 2024

US to remain Bangladesh’s partner in Rohingya crisis response: Envoy

NEWAGE
United News of Bangladesh .
Dhaka
12 June, 2024, 


Regional refugee coordinator at the US embassy Mackenzie Rowe addresses a small group briefing at the American Centre on Wednesday. | UNB photo

The United States said that it would continue to advocate with countries in the region, and at the United Nations, for a peaceful resolution of the conflict in Myanmar so that the Rohingyas and others displaced by the violence could safely return home.

Saturday, June 1, 2024

FM calls for coordinated efforts to resolve Rohingya crisis

The Business Standard
BSS
01 June, 2024

Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud speaks at the UN Headquarters in New York on Friday. Photo: PID 
 
Foreign Minister Hasan Mahmud has called for addressing the ongoing conflict in Rakhine state and taking coordinated international action to repatriate Rohingyas to Myanmar from Bangladesh.
 

Bangladesh calls for UN push to solve Rohingya crisis amid efforts by Myanmar to stem criticism

AA
SM Najmus Sakib
DHAKA, Bangladesh
01.06.2024  

In meetings with UN officials, Bangladesh alleges Myanmar is using its internal conflict as pretext to delay repatriation

Bangladesh’s top diplomat has called for coordinated efforts by UN agencies to resolve the longstanding Rohingya crisis, accusing neighboring Myanmar of using its internal conflict as a pretext to delay repatriation of the persecuted Muslim group.

Sunday, April 7, 2024

Rohingya crisis in Indonesia a ‘ticking time bomb’ if political indifference, misinformation continue: analysts

South China Morning Post
Johannes Nugroho
Published: 6 Apr 2024

  • Analysts point to social-media disinformation to ‘discredit’ and ‘demonise’ Rohingya refugees in the lead-up to the presidential election in February
  • They say the government has not been inclined to counter such narratives, which have stoked paranoia about the refugees and led to conflict

Rohingya refugees rest in a temporary shelter at the Indonesian Red Cross Office, after being evacuated from the sea at Meulaboh, West Aceh, Indonesia, on March 22. Photo: EPA-EFE
 
The orange truck crammed with 75 Rohingya survivors of a capsized boat was told to hurry along by Indonesian police in Beureugang, West Aceh, as dozens of angry villagers gave chase, shouting “[we] reject the presence of refugees here!”
Footage of the incident on March 21 was screened by a number of television channels across Indonesia and observers say the growing hostility is nothing new, attributing it to misinformation campaigns and political indifference towards the plight of Rohingya refugees in the country.

Saturday, April 6, 2024

Dhaka urges immediate action on Rohingya crisis at UNSC briefing

Dhaka Tribune
Nurul Islam Hasib
Publish : 05 Apr 2024,
 

This file image taken on April 2, 2024 shows a United Nations Security Council meeting at UN headquarters in New York City, New York, US, on April 2, 2024. Photo: Reuters

Bangladesh at a UN Security Council briefing has highlighted the “urgent need” for action to resolve the Rohingya crisis.

Wednesday, April 3, 2024

The Geopolitical Stakes of the Rohingya Crisis

INTERNATIONAL POLICY DIGEST
Rasel Hossen Shakib
04.01.2024 
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh in 2017.
 

To resolve the impasse over repatriating Rohingya Muslims, all relevant stakeholders must engage in dialogue.

The Rohingya issue has surged to the forefront of international concern, casting a long shadow over the prospects for political stability, social tranquility, and environmental viability in Southeast Asia. The quagmire, originating from Myanmar, extends its geopolitical tendrils, ensnaring not only its immediate neighbor, Bangladesh but also posing a broader threat to the Southeast Asian region.

Sunday, March 31, 2024

Unravelling the Rohingya crisis

The Star
Saturday, 30 Mar 2024

Gruelling journey: A file pic of ethnic Rohingya disembarking from their boat upon landing on a beach in Ulee Madon, North Aceh, Indonesia, on Nov 16, 2023. — AP 

A dramatic story of survival and rescue off the western coast of Indonesia’s Aceh province has put the spotlight again on the plight of ethnic Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar who make extremely dangerous voyages across the Indian Ocean to seek better lives.

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Shahriar: Bangladesh warned neighbours about Rohingya challenges in 2017

Dhaka Tribune
Nurul Islam Hasib
Publish : 28 Feb 2024,

  • ‘Next five years agenda divided in two major parts – economic and politics’
  • ‘Continuity of govt has changed Bangladesh for good’
  • Developing skills of the migrant workers is a top priority
  • One of the biggest challenges is dealing with misinformation

 Rajshahi-6 MP Md Shahriar Alam speaking at an event in Dhaka on Wednesday, February 28, 2023. Photo: Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune
 
Rajshahi-6 MP Md Shahriar Alam, also the former state minister for foreign affairs, on Wednesday said that Bangladesh had conveyed to the neighbours back in 2017 about the consequences of the Rohingya crisis when the first massive exodus took place.

Sunday, February 18, 2024

Rohingya crisis may get deeper for Bangladesh, India in coming days: Donald Lu

bdnews24.com
Senior Correspondent
Published : 18 Feb 2024,

The US assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia says he now spends a lot of time thinking about the refugee crisis, which does not appear to be getting better

Donald Lu, the US assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, has flagged the security risks from the Rohingya refugee crisis for Bangladesh and India amid the ongoing conflict between the Myanmar military and rebel groups.

Friday, February 2, 2024

Rohingya: MSF Calls Attention to the ongoing Rohingya Crisis

MSF
February 1'2024 


On the 29th of January 2024, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) launched a short animation film, "Lost at Sea", that illustrates the harsh reality Rohingya endure as they try to seek safety—and their resilience.

The film “Lost at Sea” is based on the experience of Muhib, a Rohingya man who fled Myanmar and made a dangerous journey across the sea to seek safety in Malaysia. He was stranded for more than two weeks on board a fishing boat in the Andaman Sea, full of men, women and children also fleeing for their lives. He witnessed 27 people die onboard. Passengers had no choice but to put their bodies into the sea as no help arrived. In the film, dream-like flashbacks tell the story of Muhib. He is haunted by a song his mother sang him in Myanmar. He tries to remember the reasons that forced him to flee in the first place.

Wednesday, October 18, 2023

UK seeks long-term solution to Rohingya crisis

daily sun
Diplomacy
Daily Sun Report, DhakaWednesday,
18 October, 2023,

UK Minister for the Indo-Pacific Anne-Marie Trevelyan speaks at a UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) regional conference in Bangkok on the Rohingya crisis on Tuesday

The UK Minister for the Indo-Pacific, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, on Tuesday announced further UK funding of £4.5 million to provide vital humanitarian services to Rohingya refugees and host communities in Bangladesh.

She made the announcement at a UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) regional conference in Bangkok on the Rohingya crisis.

Wednesday, September 27, 2023

US seeks sustained pressure on Myanmar to end Rohingya crisis

Dhaka Tribune
UNB
Publish : 27 Sep 2023,

File photo of US Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy and Human Rights Uzra Zeya. Photo: Collected

US Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Uzra Zeya has called on the international community to maintain pressure on Myanmar’s military regime to end the Rohingya crisis and create the conditions for their voluntary, safe, dignified, and sustainable repatriation in the future.

Saturday, September 23, 2023

End Rohingya crisis

Bangladesh Post
Published : 22 Sep 2023
 


A high-level event on the Rohingya crisis titled ‘Have they forgotten us?’ held at the UN Headquarters in New York again reminds the world community that they must gear up their collective efforts in order to repatriate Rohingyas to their homeland in Myanmar from Bangladesh smoothly and safely.

PM for redouble global support to end Rohingya crisis

daily Sun
BSS, New York
23rd September, 2023


Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has urged the world community, particularly the ASEAN member states, to redouble their collective efforts to repatriate Rohingyas to their homeland in Myanmar side by side with executing the resolutions of security council and general assembly to ensure a sustainable solution to the crisis.

Thursday, September 21, 2023

Mobilizing Support for the Rohingya Crisis: Malaysia’s Call to OIC and ASEAN

BNN
By Asim Khan
2023 September 20  

Mobilizing Support for the Rohingya Crisis: Malaysia's Call to OIC and ASEAN

Malaysia Advocates for Rohingya Assistance

Malaysia has called upon the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for a united front in addressing the Rohingya crisis. The appeal was made by Malaysian Foreign Minister, Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abd Kadir, who expressed the urgency for the two organizations to call for a de-escalation of violence in Myanmar, particularly from its military authorities. The call was made during an OIC meeting held concurrently with the 78th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. 
 

Sunday, September 17, 2023

ROHINGYA CRISIS IN BANGLADESH: SEARCHING FOR A DESTINATION

ROHINGYA CRISIS IN BANGLADESH: SEARCHING FOR A DESTINATION



Group Members

Sifat Uddin-KJ-137
Habibur Rahman-FR-121
Shakhaoath Hossain-ZIA-124
Mazharul Islam-KJ-87
Sumaiya Nour-KM-48
Faiham Ebna Sharif-MM-84
Md. Mohidur Rahman Bhuiyan-MM-82
Mostafa Mohammad Sazzad Hossain-BB-76


Submitted to 

Mohammad Tanzimuddin Khan
Lecturer
Department of International Relations
University of Dhaka

Date of Submission: July 5, 2007. 

DEDICATED TO

ALL THE REFUGEES THROUGHOUT THE WORLD WHO ARE
REMAINING SCAPEGOATES OF VARIOUS INTEREST
GROUPS BUT STILL DREAMING
FOR A BETTER LIFE.


Sunday, September 10, 2023

UK’s Permanent Under-Secretary for Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office to visit Bangladesh

GOV.UK
From: British High Commission Dhaka
Published:10 September 2023

Sir Philip Barton, UK Permanent Under-Secretary of the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, will arrive in Bangladesh on Monday 11 September for a two-day visit. 


Sir Philip’s main focus will be the fifth UK-Bangladesh Strategic Dialogue chaired by Bangladesh’s Foreign Secretary Ambassador Masud Bin Momen. Building on the UK and Bangladesh’s historic links, the Strategic Dialogue reflects the two countries’ shared commitment to develop a modern economic, trade and security partnership.

Sunday, September 3, 2023

Rohingya crisis may destabilise the region

Bangladesh Post
By Diplomatic Correspondent
Published : 02 Sep 2023 

Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Dr. A K Abdul Momen said that Rohingya crisis has the potential to destabilize the whole region unless the international community intensifies their efforts to eventuate the sustainable repatriation of the 1.2 million forcibly displaced Rohingyas, temporarily sheltered in Bangladesh, to their homeland Myanmar.