By not seeing ethnic groups like the Rohingya or the Rakhine as unitary collective actors, we are better able to avoid the trap of attributing collective responsibility.
A year after hundreds of Rohingya refugees were rescued off the coast of Aceh, many remain as welcome guests.
During the first hearing, Robert San Aung tried to get bail for his client on health grounds, as there is no proper psychiatric healthcare in prison, but the request was…
“In the end, we should be aiming to make this the last generation in Burma who has to live with war.”
Twelve Muslim men were sentenced to five years jail time for alleged links to the ‘Myanmar Muslim Army’ — the existence of which has been called into doubt.
In deeply divided Arakan State, one Buddhist man has created a safe space for Rohingya children to learn and play without fear.