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Media Release from BROUK, Released on 12th January 2019: “Reuters’ journalists appeal verdict a blow to freedom of expression”

Media Release from BROUK, Released on 12th January 2019: “Reuters’ journalists appeal verdict a blow to freedom of expression” The decision by a Myanmar high court to reject the appeal of two Reuters’ journalists is a blow to freedom of expression and shows how the authorities are determined to bury the truth about atrocities against …

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Media Release from BROUK “Special Rapporteur’s call for accountability for Rohingya atrocities must be backed with action” Released on 27th June 2018.

Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK For Immediate Release 27th June 2018 Special Rapporteur’s call for accountability for Rohingya atrocities must be backed with action The Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) welcomes the calls for an international accountability mechanism made today by Yanghee Lee, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar. …

Media Release from BROUK “Special Rapporteur’s call for accountability for Rohingya atrocities must be backed with action” Released on 27th June 2018. Read More »

Media Release from BROUK “EU sanctions on Myanmar too limited to ensure justice for Rohingya atrocities” Release 25th June 2018

The European Union’s move to impose sanctions on Myanmar security officials is a small, positive step towards ensure justice for the ongoing genocide against the Rohingya people, but they do not go nearly far enough, the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) said today. The sanctions, announced today after a meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in …

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camp in Ukhia on September 28, 2017. Photo: AFP

“A Rohingya’s perspective” Bangladesh’s ICC cooperation is crucial for Rohingya justice

A Rohingya’s perspective Bangladesh’s ICC cooperation is crucial for Rohingya justice By TUN KHIN The Daily Star June 07, 2018 Since August last year, the world has witnessed how hundreds of thousands of desperate Rohingyas have fled across the border into Bangladesh, bringing with them tales of unimaginable horror. Many of these refugees are my …

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Media Release from BROUK “International Development Committee report must spur the UK to act on Rohingya atrocities” Released on 22nd May 2018

Today’s report by the International Development Committee of the UK Parliament shines a light on ongoing ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya people in Burma and must lead to the UK government taking concrete action, said the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK. The report calls for a “dramatic change” in the UK’s engagement with Burma, in the …

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Media Release from BROUK “BROUK welcomes Liechtenstein Support for Burma ICC Referral” Released on 2nd May 2018

Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK For Immediate Release 2nd May 2018 BROUK welcomes Liechtenstein Support for Burma ICC Referral   Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK welcomes the support of Liechtenstein for the UN Security Council referring Burma to the International Criminal Court. Liechtenstein UN Twitter account, @LiechtensteinUN tweeted on 30th April: Amb. Wenaweser at …

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Media Release from BROUK “Myanmar’s Genocide of Rohingya Is Not Over: Rohingya Need UN-Protected Safe Zones” Released on 12th February 2018

Media Release from Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) For Immediate Release 12th February 2018. Myanmar’s Genocide of Rohingya Is Not Over: Rohingya Need UN-Protected Safe Zones Nayapara Camp, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: The genocide of Rohingya in Myanmar is far from over, said the Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) after a 4-day fact-finding trip to Cox’s Bazar, …

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Joint Statement: “Rohingyas’ concerns over the repatriation of refugees from Bangladesh.” Released on 17th January 2018.

Joint Statement Date: 17th January 2018 Rohingyas’ concerns over the repatriation of refugees from Bangladesh. We, the undersigned Rohingya organisations worldwide express our serious concern over an agreement, signed on 23rd November 2017, between Myanmar and Bangladesh on the return of some 670,000 Rohingya refugees who have recently taken refuge in Bangladesh after fleeing Myanmar …

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