Report Reveals Inhumane Conditions in Malaysia’s Immigration Detention Centers
By Sebastian Strangio
The Indonesia-based Coalition of Sovereign Migrant Workers claims that 149 people have died in detention facilities over the past 18 months.
Malaysia’s Unwelcoming Shore for Refugees Fleeing Religious Persecution
By Gayle Manchin and James W. Carr
Malaysia has long guaranteed the safety of thousands of refugees, despite remaining outside international conventions, but that’s changing at a worrying pace.
The Shifting Politics of Rohingya Refugees in Malaysia
By Piya Sukhani
As the Rohingyas became increasingly prominent in Malaysia, certain quarters have come to perceive them as a social, economic, and security threat.
Rohingyas in Malaysia Face a Pandemic and a Possible Populist Backlash
By Erin Cook
Rohingya refugees in Malaysia face a double-pronged disaster: a pandemic and a populist turn against the vulnerable community.
Refugee Child Marriages in Malaysia: #WhoCares?
By Kim Tatam
If Malaysia is serious about stamping out child marriage, especially vulnerable refugee children must also be protected.
The Plight of Rohingyas in Malaysia
By Dominique F. Fernandes
It is no surprise that Rohingyas in Malaysia feel helpless and frustrated at the events unfolding in Myanmar.