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Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh warned to be wary with human trafficking rising

KUTUPALONG REFUGEE CAMP, Bangladesh,  (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Nazmin Nahar, a Rohingya refugee in Bangladesh, was offered a job in a garment factory by a distant cousin, she thought she had found a way to support her ageing parents.

But her relative sold her as a maid in Chittagong, 160 km (100 miles) away from her family in the world’s largest refugee settlement in southeast Bangladesh, where she was tortured and forced to work without pay. More…

Rohingya Women’s Leadership Training

Rohingya Women Empowering Themselves for the Future of the Community and the World

On August 3, Rohingya Action Ireland, the European Rohingya Council and Carlow Development Partnership joinly host the first ever Rohingya women’s leadership training in Europe. More…

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Rohingya crisis: EU allocates €31 million for Bangladesh and Myanmar

The European Commission is releasing €31 million in humanitarian aid to address the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh and Myanmar.

“The Rohingya crisis is in its third year. It is more important than ever to maintain our support and not forget those that remain dependent on humanitarian aid to survive. We are committed to supporting both refugees and host communities in Cox’s Bazar, as well as to the vulnerable Rohingya in Myanmar. It will ensure that those most in need continue to receive life-saving assistance, while being protected from the effects of flood and other hazards”said Commissioner for Crisis Management Janez Lenarčič. More…

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Covid-19 and the Rohingya refugee crisis

Mar 31 2020 – All around the world, the numbers are climbing. Each day registers thousands of new cases and lives lost. In Europe, now the epicenter of the pandemic, governments know that the worst is yet to come and are implementing increasingly restrictive measures to enforce social distancing and isolation. More…

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The European Rohingya Council (ERC) is an umbrella Rohingya organization in Europe. ERC was founded in Esbjerg Denmark on 7th October 2012. Officially registered (KvK 56454791) in Amsterdam The Kingdom of The Netherlands, ERC operates its activities from its operational office in London United Kingdom.

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