Call- In Campaign: List Of Embassies You Must Contact

Here is a list of Embassies and Ambassadors you should get in touch with to advocate for the Rohingya:


ASEAN States

Brunei Darussalam

H.E. Ambassador Dato Paduka Haji Serbini bin Haji Ali

(202) 237-1838

Call Embassies of Muslim Majority Countries To Stand Up For Rohingya and Uyghurs



Please call ambassadors of Muslim-Majority countries to the United Nations 

Ask them to:

1) Push the UN Security Council to call it genocide and put full sanctions on Burma until it takes back all Rohingya giving them citizenship and security. 

2) Ask China to stop its anti-Muslim attitude: after supporting Rohingya genocide China has detained 3 million Muslims in concentration camps without trial or charge. 

3) Ask China not to veto UN resolutions on Burma.

List Of Embassies and Ambassadors

A list of embassies and ambassadors you should reach out to:


Brunei DarussalamDato Paduka Haji Serbini bin Haji Ali(202) 237-1838info@bruneiembassy.org3520 International Court, NW, Washington DC 20008

CambodiaH.E. Ambassador Mr. Chum, Sounry(202) 726-7742camemb.usa@mfa.gov.kh4530 16th Street, NW, Washington DC 20011

Rally In Washington

Rally Taking place in Washington, D.C.

D.C Rally For Save Rohingya Day

75 Faith Leaders and Activists Rally

In New York City, 75 faith leaders and activists rallied to remember Rohingya rights, with a mile long procession from the Islamic Cultural Center to houses of worship and then to the Myanmar (Burmese) Mission.The event was held on Friday afternoon August 24 to accommodate our Jewish partners.


Representing City Hall, Sarah Sayeed read a message of solidarity and support from NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and a Twitter statement from NYC Council member Brad Lander was also shared thanks to Shahana Hanif. (statements attached)