Resolving the Rohingya crisis the ASEAN way
Emergency response specialist at Plan International Indonesia
Said to be one of the most oppressed communities in the world, the Rohingya, an ethnic minority group in Myanmar, have experienced discrimination and injustice for decades.
The case has increasingly garnered international attention since boats carrying Rohingya were denied entry to Thailand’s and Malaysia’s coasts in May 2015, resulting in humanitarian outrage from...
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