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Rohingya refugee crisis

Myanmar Asylum Seeker Crisis Needs a Humane and Regional Solution

Myanmar Asylum Seeker Crisis Needs a Humane and Regional Solution

By Perry Q. Wood
A more coordinated response would open more formal channels for asylum seekers to seek refuge in other countries. 

Australia’s Opportunity to Deepen Ties With Bangladesh

Australia’s Opportunity to Deepen Ties With Bangladesh

By Grant Wyeth
For Australia, building a fruitful and productive relationship with Bangladesh means taking the Rohingya refugee crisis seriously.
Rohingya Ocean Death Toll Worst in Nearly a Decade, UN Says

Rohingya Ocean Death Toll Worst in Nearly a Decade, UN Says

By Sebastian Strangio
Deteriorating conditions in the refugee camps of Bangladesh are pushing increasing numbers of people to take their chances on dangerous sea voyages.

Rohingya Refugees and the Shifting Tide in Indonesia

Rohingya Refugees and the Shifting Tide in Indonesia

By HuiYin Chuah and Jennifer Vallentine 
Aceh’s growing hostility toward Rohingya arrivals proves that international, regional, and federal support is essential for sustainable community-driven responses. 

The Local and International Dimensions of Aceh’s Rohingya Crisis

The Local and International Dimensions of Aceh’s Rohingya Crisis

By Virdika Rizky Utama
There are signs that the region's ongoing anti-refugee backlash is being whipped up by domestic actors' quest for political gain.

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Another Rohingya Refugee Boat Lands in Western Indonesia

Another Rohingya Refugee Boat Lands in Western Indonesia

By Sebastian Strangio
A surge of boat arrivals from the refugee camps of southeastern Bangladesh is creating tension with local communities.

Residents in Western Indonesia Protest Mounting Rohingya Refugee Arrivals

Residents in Western Indonesia Protest Mounting Rohingya Refugee Arrivals

By Sebastian Strangio
The protest in Aceh follows the arrival of more than 1,500 refugees, mostly women and children, since last month.
How Will Indonesia Handle the Growing Number of Refugee Arrivals?

How Will Indonesia Handle the Growing Number of Refugee Arrivals?

By Sebastian Strangio
Jakarta is now pondering more permanent solutions to the increasing number of Rohingya refugees arriving in Aceh.

UN Expert Calls For Regional Action on Rohingya Boat Arrivals

UN Expert Calls For Regional Action on Rohingya Boat Arrivals

By Sebastian Strangio
Over the past 10 days, more than 1,000 Rohingya civilians have landed in western Indonesia after perilous ocean journeys from Bangladesh.

Indonesia’s Refugees Are Just in Transit. What Happens If the Boats Keep Coming?

Indonesia’s Refugees Are Just in Transit. What Happens If the Boats Keep Coming?

By Aisyah Llewellyn
The past week has seen a new wave of Rohingya arrivals from the refugee camps of southeastern Bangladesh.

How to Truly Mark Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day

How to Truly Mark Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day

By Ishrat Zakia Sultana
The Rohingya issue has become deeply politicized, but there are still possible solutions at hand.
The Plight of the Rohingya: The Struggle for Identity and Survival in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp

The Plight of the Rohingya: The Struggle for Identity and Survival in the World’s Largest Refugee Camp

By Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty
Beyond the Indus podcast hosts Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty speak to survivors of the Rohingya genocide, currently living in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, as well as Matthew Smith, CEO of Fortify Rights.

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