Rohingya refugees walk with their belongings after crossing the Naf river from Myanmar into Bangladesh in 2017. Photo: AFP
Jan Egeland
Opinion

Opinion

Jan Egeland

Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis is moving backwards. Here’s how to resolve it

  • Regional powers, including China and Asean, must help ensure Kofi Annan’s Rakhine Advisory Commission recommendations are met
  • The author, formerly at the UN and now Secretary General of the Norwegian Refugee Council, visited Myanmar recently

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Rohingya refugees walk with their belongings after crossing the Naf river from Myanmar into Bangladesh in 2017. Photo: AFP
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Representatives of the Rohingya community and Gambia's Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambadou, left, listen to a testimony during a press conference in The Hague. Photo: AP Photo

Myanmar accused of genocide against Rohingya Muslims at UN’s highest court

  • Gambia filed the case against Myanmar on behalf of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation
Topic |   Rohingya Muslims

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Representatives of the Rohingya community and Gambia's Justice Minister Aboubacarr Tambadou, left, listen to a testimony during a press conference in The Hague. Photo: AP Photo
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