MSF and the Rohingya 1992 - 2014
The Rohingya people live in northern Rakhine state (formerly Arakan), located in western coastal Union of Myanmar (formerly Union of Burma) bordering Bangladesh to the north. The stateless Rohingya are predominately a Muslim minority, in a majority-Buddhist country. Since the late 70s, the Rohingya have fled persecution and violence to seek refuge in Bangladesh.
The case study "MSF and the Rohingya 1992 - 2014" brings to light two decades of MSF advocacy activities as part of its humanitarian assistance to the Rohingya people in Bangladesh and Myanmar and explores the questions and dilemmas the organisation was confronted with surrounding speaking out.
To cite this content :
Laurence Binet, “MSF and the Rohingya 1992 - 2014 ”, 19 novembre 2020, URL : https://msf-crash.org/en/humanitarian-actors-and-practices/msf-and-rohingya-1992-2014
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