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UNHCR Reports Sharp Spike in Dangerous Rohingya Boat Voyages
January 19, 2023

UNHCR Reports Sharp Spike in Dangerous Rohingya Boat Voyages

By Sebastian Strangio
More than 3,500 people attempted to flee Myanmar and Bangladesh by sea last year, nearly five times more than in 2021.

Fresh Calls for Rescue of Rohingya Refugees Stranded at Sea
December 21, 2022

Fresh Calls for Rescue of Rohingya Refugees Stranded at Sea

By Sebastian Strangio
The boat, which set off from Bangladesh in late November, has been adrift since its engines failed on December 1.
SOS Rohingya: Desperate Refugees Adrift
April 25, 2020

SOS Rohingya: Desperate Refugees Adrift

By Christopher Paul Catrambone
Search and rescue is a moral imperative. We can’t just look away.

Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Face Difficulties in Thailand
September 29, 2017

Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Face Difficulties in Thailand

By Audrey Gaughran
Thailand needs to take action to address its failure to offer protection to those most in need.

The Truth About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue
March 05, 2016

The Truth About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue

By Jasmine Chia
It is much more complex than is often portrayed by some.

Detained Christians in Thailand: ASEAN’s Latest Refugee Issue
March 03, 2016

Detained Christians in Thailand: ASEAN’s Latest Refugee Issue

By Luke Hunt
Their plight is an all-too-familiar story in the region.

Refugees and Neighbors: Rohingya in Bangladesh
October 14, 2015

Refugees and Neighbors: Rohingya in Bangladesh

By Sumit Ganguly and Brandon Miliate
Bangladesh has been reluctant to act on the growing Rohingya refugee crisis.
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
August 26, 2015

Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma

By Senator Raynell Andreychuk
Responding to the plight of the Rohingya is an international human rights imperative.

Whither Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis?
August 24, 2015

Whither Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis?

By Penelope Mathew
Collaboration is notably lacking. Here's one approach governments can take.

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