Burma Task Force deplores today's murder of Rohingya leader Mohibullah and urges the Bangladeshi authorities to conduct a credible investigation into these tragic events. International community organizations should also work to advocate for refugee camp security that protects all Rohingya from such violence..
Speakers answer questions at the Q & A Session from the Research Plenary at the Oslo Conference to end Myanmar’s Persecution of Rohingyas in May 2015, and begin the Policy Plenary Part I.
“Myanmar’s government doesn’t seem to be interested at all in partnership,” said Sarnata Reynolds, Senior Adviser on Human Rights, Refugees International. She stressed the importance of making diplomatic engagements with the government that are not in the realm of a partnership, as the government has resisted any attempts at reconciliation and improving the conditions of the Rohingya.
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