Mapped: How monsoon rains could submerge Rohingya refugee camps
This bird’s-eye view shows just how vulnerable Rohingya are to flood and landslide risks
“ What a Relief! ” Podcast 109: Using Technology to Support Refugee Children
In this episode of Islamic Relief USA’s “What a Relief!” podcast, Jeff Schlegelmilch and Jackie Ratner from Columbia University’s National…
How Education Brings Hope To Refugee Children
When we think of the needs of refugees, shelter, water, food and services, for which we are looking for solutions, we realize that to solve these problems education is an essential factor that will bring refugee children a sense of purpose, dignity and hope for the future.
Why we must listen to Rohingya perspectives
It is paramount international actors prioritize Rohingya’s participation in their own struggle for peace
These Pictures Show How Refugee Children Haven't Changed Since World War II
More than a quarter of the biggest wave of refugees since World War II are children.
Rohingya Refugee Children Finally Get to Learn Again With 1,600 New School Centers
The organization wants to reach 260,000 children by the end of the year.
"I was too scared to move in the water": how swimming lessons change the lives of refugee children
How swimming lessons change the lives of refugee children
Why Elephants Pose A Threat To Rohingya Refugees
Several of the refugee camps in Bangladesh have had to set up what the U.N. calls a "tusk force" to respond when elephants enter.
Why do the Rohingya refugees refuse to go back home?
Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam/Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home;” yet the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh do not want to return to their homes in Rakhine State of Myanmar, where generations of them have lived for centuries.
What these Rohingya refugees want you to know
One year after they were forced to flee their homes, Rohingya refugees add their voices to a new database of genocide testimonies.
What Do Homeless Children Dream Of?
Each year, 200 children will stay at the Inter-Faith Inn Homeless Shelter. There they'll receive food, shelter and care for up to 90 days while staff work wi...
7 Myanmar Soldiers Jailed for Executing 10 Rohingya Muslim Men Released Less than a Year Later
Trending rights tweets this week: Injustice defined in Myanmar; censorship calls in Germany; remembering the Tiananmen Massacre; and a major update to World Health Organization guidelines.
How refugee parents comfort their children
Every parent wants their child to feel safe and protected. But how do you provide that when you're caught in a war? We asked refugee parents how they ease their children's fears. This is what they said.
The Rohingya Refugee Crisis—and How You Can Help, The Chicago Community Trust
Myanmar's Neighbors Must Build Trust Among Rohingya Refugees
At the 33d summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in Singapore last year, the issue of Myanmar's Rakhine/Rohingya crisis was high on the agenda. The chairman's closing statement expressed the group's readiness to
What It Was Like to Work in a Rohingya Refugee Camp At the Start of the Crisis
Immad Ahmed, Executive Director of OBAT Helpers, the chaos of the crisis's earliest days.
'The most important thing I have': Rohingya refugees on what means most
When you have to leave your home in a desperate hurry, what do you take? Rohingya refugees reveal the personal items that mean most to them
What the Rohingya Refugee Crisis Looks Like, 1 Year Later
How four refugees are embracing the American dream
With world leaders gathering in New York for the United Nation’s General Assembly, Oxfam invited refugees to share their stories in an unexpected place – President Trump’s childhood home in Queens, New York.
Rohingya Refugees Protest, Strike Against Smart ID Cards Issued in Bangladesh Camps
They object to the cards identifying them as ‘forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals’ instead of as ethnic Rohingya.