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Gya Arakan

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The Rohingya have been designated as one of the world's most persecuted ethnic minorities by the United Nations. Hundreds of thousands of people have fled to neighboring countries to escape the violence and persecution in their native homeland of Myanmar. Bangladesh hosts the largest population of refugees. This book describes the dire conditions the refugees are living in, personalizes their daily struggles and captures the execrable situation in the camps and the hope of Rohingya refugees in spite of their suffering. The book provides an in depth description and tells the stories from the refugees •Fleeing across the border •Human Trafficking •Repatriation •The Camps - Living conditions in the UNHCR and unregistered camps - lack of medical care in the camps •Shortage of food supplies; the trade of food rations and food cards for survival •Education & Illiteracy •Exploitation within camps •Plans to relocate the refugees & the... More > impact from the plan to develop Cox's bazar tourism< Less
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  • By Shafiur Rahman
    Apr 24, 2017
    The cover of this little book depicts a striking boat. Curved and soaring, it is quite extraordinary and even menacing. Inside the book, you will find a frank and equally extraordinary account of what two individuals encountered in the Rohingya refugee camps of southern Bangladesh. I have been to these camps myself and I still find myself shaking my head in shame, rage and disbelief as I read what Andrew and Liz describe. Their observations are not simply journalistic, that is to say soulless and merely descriptive, but very much engaged and born out of a passion to change things. This book details the lives of vulnerable human beings and how they are treated by others - almost within earshot of the happy tourists of Cox's Bazar.
  • By emm powel
    Apr 16, 2017
    A well researched book on Rohingya. All you need to know about the history of Rohingyans right up to present day. Insightful read with an abundance of beautiful photographs and on the ground knowledge of the plight/persecution of Rohingyas . Liz and Andrew's hands on account of their two years spent amongst this community. A touching, wonderful read...
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Product Details

ISBN
9781365892318
Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Liz Mys and Andrew Day
Published
April 14, 2017
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
27.04 MB

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Printable? Yes
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