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Chrystia Freeland Sep 20
Today, Canada’s House of Commons unanimously adopted a motion recognizing the crimes against the as a genocide & calling on the world to help them. We will continue to work with partners to hold those responsible to account. Canadians stand with the Rohingya.
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ravinder singh 3h
A year ago we were receiving POISONOUS hate from right wing Indian groups/individuals for assisting refugees .....we answered Hate with Love .... Humanity won !
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IOM Bangladesh 2h
Congratulations to medics working on the crisis. Our facility in the heart of the megacamp has been named by the MoH as top community clinic for maternal and child health in Chittagong dvsn. Helping mums like Shahana and her baby get the best start.
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Physicians for Human Rights 19h
UN report on mass atrocities in indicates women and girls were physically and mentally tortured and brutally raped - some even tied naked to trees by their hands or hair.
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Bianca Jagger Nicaraguense por gracia de Dios 🇳🇮 Sep 13
Unspeakable behaviour, Aung San Suu Kyi is not only complicit on the Genocide against the people, but she now defends and justify the arrest of the two journalist , despite International condemnation
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Human Rights Watch 6h
Replying to @hrw
Donor governments should support the humanitarian needs of refugees. But they aren’t. This year’s UN appeal is only 1/3 funded.
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UN Refugee Agency 17h
1978: she fled. 1991: she fled. 2017: she fled. She's lived a lifetime of sorrow. This is the story of her people:
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ABID TANJIM 5h
Why international community is delaying to take extreme step on Myanmar for the issue of ??
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Independent Diplomat Sep 21
refugee Elyas appeals from to UK Foreign Secretary & Gov to help deliver justice, citizenship & equal rights for his fellow Rohingya. He urges UK to support referral of the situation in to the during
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Bob Rae Sep 20
I have learned so much and made many new friends in my role as PM Trudeau’s Special Envoy. The deserve so much better, but their voices are being heard
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maung zarni 15h
Genocide: "Never again" has become "time and again".
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Awami League 20h
HPM will receive two int'l awards for her humanitarian role in the response during the upcoming General Assembly in New York
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Irwin Cotler Sep 21
Canada has commendably recognized the of the . Now what should come next? Our article in :
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Fred Hollows 3h
"We NEED your help." Go inside the refugee camps with , and help us crowdfund an eye surgery clinic that will restore the eyesight of 40,000 - the Fred's Vision Eye Clinic:
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MIR AHMED SIDIQUEE 1h
's aggressive operations against innocent civilians Aug 2017. Later this village was burned to ash.
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David Hoppe Sep 18
4 years ago I photographed this boy in a camp in . I often wonder what has become of him since. Did he flee on a boat? Was he trafficked? Did he die of some curable illness? Or is he still in that prison, stateless, waiting to be treated like a human being?
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Aurora Prize 4h
Did you know 1 in every 113 people on earth is now a refugee fleeing violence? Laureate Kyaw Hla Aung is using his prize money to help . Who else could you help by nominating an unsung hero for the Prize?
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NDTV Sep 21
Myanmar not listening to us: US on crisis
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RO Mohamad Rohit.2 5h
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Save the Children UK Sep 18
Today at the Foreign Office we delivered over 45,000 names calling for justice for children. Together, we are standing side by side with Rohingya children. Together, we can help build a future for Rohingya children.
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