Latest Rohingya News

Why do people hate people?
Türk sounds alarm amid rising tensions in Rakhine: Myanmar
Gangs, kidnappings, murders: why thousands of Rohingya are desperately trying to escape refugee camps by boats
UN expert: Turning tide in Myanmar requires stronger international action as desperate, dangerous junta escalates civilian attacks
The government is fighting a new High Court case on immigration detainees. What’s it about and what’s at stake?
In Dialogue with Indonesia, Experts of the Human Rights Committee Commend Measures Promoting Women’s Political Participation, Raise Questions on Air and Water…
NSW Women Of Year Awards 2024 Recipients Announced
Experts of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Commend Indonesia on Successful General Elections, Raise Questions on the Job Creation…
Human rights situation worsens as military lashes out indiscriminately amid losses – Türk: Myanmar
Massive fire in Rohingya camp leaves 4,200 children homeless
Enhanced support for refugees globally
More than 400 Rohingya children arrive by boat in Indonesia in past week as more refugees risk lives at sea
Australian Greens Statement on Myanmar
Sixth Anniversary of Myanmar Military’s Attack against Rohingya
Rohingya sixth anniversary statement
Bangladesh’s Monsoon: At least five killed in Cox’s Bazar camps due to flooding and landslides – Oxfam responds
Five ways in which heatwaves threaten child rights, from education to daily meals
Human Rights Council Concludes Fifty-Third Regular Session After Adopting 30 Resolutions and Holding an Urgent Debate on Religious Hatred
Myanmar in “deadly freefall” into even deeper violence, says Türk
Multicultural groups win funding to counter domestic violence
Multicultural groups win funding to counter domestic violence
UN expert urges coordinated action by Indonesia and other nations to address Myanmar crisis
Durable solutions to the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar
World Refugee Day: Understanding mental health challenges of refugees
‘Hate Is a Danger to Everyone and So Fighting It Must Be a Job for Everyone’, Secretary-General Tells Security Council Meeting on Human Fraternity
Human Rights Council to Hold its Fifty-Third Regular Session from 19 June to 14 July 2023
UN expert: Bangladesh must suspend pilot project to return Rohingya refugees to Myanmar
UN experts decry devastating second round of rations cuts for Rohingya refugees: Bangladesh
Economic growth cannot justify keeping workers in poverty, says UN expert: Bangladesh
How a former refugee is changing lives one classroom at a time
“There should be a UN Human Rights Office everywhere.”: Türk
Oxfam responds in Bangladesh and Myanmar as Cyclone Mocha leaves a trail of destruction
UNHCR assesses damage after cyclone in Bangladesh
UN expert to visit Bangladesh to assess impact of poverty on human rights
UN expert urges Japan to step up pressure on Myanmar junta
UNHCR statement on Bangladesh, Myanmar bilateral pilot project on Rohingya returns
Study compares NGO communication around migration
UNHCR, partners seek $876m for Rohingya refugees facing ‘chilling fog of uncertainty’ and for Bangladeshi hosts
Cox’s Bazar camp fire: Oxfam responding with food and shelter
High Commissioner details severe violations amid shocking violence: Myanmar
UN expert decries launch of “shameful, catastrophic cuts” in food aid for Rohingya in Bangladesh: Myanmar
UN experts appeal for immediate funding to avert food ration cuts for Rohingya refugees: Bangladesh
UN expert: Bangladesh must boost regulation of migrant recruitment
Two years after coup, Myanmar faces unimaginable regression, says UN Human Rights Chief
UN Special Rapporteur to assess migration policies in Bangladesh
UNHCR seeks comprehensive regional response to address rise in deadly South-East Asia sea journeys
Türk urges coordinated approach to save Rohingya at sea
UN expert: Coordinated regional action urged to stop Rohingya deaths at sea