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Surviving Myanmar’s Genocide: What’s Next for the Rohingya?

This month marks the third anniversary of the Rohingya genocide. As some in the international legal community work to address Myanmar’s actions and bring justice to the Rohingya, over 1 million Rohingya refugees are taking shelter in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in camps with limited resources, space, and options. Our panel of experts and diplomats will discuss what the future holds for this struggling population.

Azeem Ibrahim: Director of Special Initiatives at the Newlines Institute and Chair of the Rohingya Legal Forum.

Mr. Mahbub Hassan Saleh: Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Bangladesh in Washington, D.C.

Ms. Myat Thida Aye: Deputy Chief of Mission/Minister Counsellor of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar to the U.S. in Washington, D.C.

Professor John Packer: Professor of Law and the Director of the Human Rights Research and Education Centre at the University of Ottawa and Convener of CGP’s Rohingya Legal Forum.

Ms. Yasmin Ullah: Rohingya Human Rights Activist.

https://youtu.be/ORZbK92kxzg

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