Systematic attacks against the Rohingya ethnic minority in Burma have left possibly hundreds killed and more than 100,000 displaced.
This report by The Sentinel Project assesses the risk of genocide against Muslim minorities in Burma and has found the…
A report by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) documenting the violence against Muslims throughout Burma, showing how the government has…
Burma Briefing No. 23
This briefing paper examines Burma’s treatment of the Rohingya in the context of international law, treaty…
Burma Briefing No. 21
This briefing paper provides examples of some of the anti-Muslim propaganda being spread in Burma.
Burma Briefing No. 20
Tensions are again rising in Rakhine State. Organisations and individuals are actively stirring up anti-Rohingya hatred,…
Burma Briefing No. 19
The consequences of failing to address the growing religious tensions in Burma are so serious that…
Report by Refugees International
Despite an abundance of natural resources, Rakhine State is the second-poorest state in Burma. The simmering…
Report by Refugees International
For decades, Burmese Rohingya fleeing persecution have sought refuge in Bangladesh. June’s inter-communal violence in Burma’s…
Sectarian Violence and Ensuing Abuses in Burma’s Arakan State
This report by Human Rights Watch describes how the Burmese authorities…
Burning Homes, Sinking Lives: A situation report on violence against stateless Rohingya in Myanmar and their refoulement from Bangladesh
A report from Irish Centre for Human Rights about the Rohingya in Western Burma. The Report is based on extensive…
More than 100,000 people have been displaced, the vast majority without receiving sufficient assistance because they are ethnic Rohingya. Aid is being severely restricted by the government and many Rohingya people have been excluded.
The President of Burma proposed a policy that amounts to ethnic cleansing, asking the United Nations to arrange for Rohingya people to be placed in camps, removed from Burma and sent to third countries.
Action needs to be taken now to ensure aid can be delivered, arrests and human rights abuses stop, and people are allowed to return safely to their homes.
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- President Thein Sein – New Briefing
President of Human Rights Council
Statement on Situation of human rights of Muslims in Myanmar
11 June 2013
A Personal Statement By Archbishop Charles Maung Bo, Archbishop of Rangoon.
3 May 2013
Rakhine Commission: “Positive starting point but Government must address impunity”
United Nations Special Rapporteur on Human Rights.
1 May 2013
Rakhine Commission Report
News Release from Human Rights Watch
26 March 2013
Rohingya Muslims Face Humanitarian Crisis
Statement of the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Myanmar
16 February 2013
Myanmar urged to end violence and protect vulnerable communities in Rakhine State – UN experts.
31 October 2012
European Parliament resolutions
13 June 2013
The situation of Rohingya Muslims
13 September 2012
The persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Burma/Myanmar
European Parliament resolution 22 November 2012
The situation in Burma/Myanmar, particularly the continuing violence in Rakhine State
APHR Calls on Thailand to address concerns over Rohingya asylum seekers and coordinate a regional response to tensions in Myanmar’s Rakhine State
August 20, 2013