Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day | 2019



The Rohingya community commemorates those members of the community killed, attacked and displaced during the campaigns of genocide in Myanmar on August 25, 2017.


This is also a day of celebration of culture, recognition of Rohingya ethnicity and shared solidarity with the Rohingya community who have been living in Carlow since 2009.


Main Event includes:


13:00 | Opening Ceremony, Raising of Rohingya Flag and Ribbons for Victims
14:00 | “TRIGGER” – Rohingya girls’ Dance Project at VISUAL Carlow
14:30 | Documentary Film – 10 Years of Rohingya Refugee Resettlement in Carlow
15:00 | “BLOODLINES” – Rohingya live performance at VISUAL Carlow
16:00 | Food and celebration at Carlow College, St. Patrick’s


All-day Activities:


• Cricket match with Carlow Cricket Club
• Tug of War
• Rohingya Photographic Exhibition
• Face Painting, Henna, Arts and Crafts
• Music, Sport and Games


Rohingya Action Ireland
Stephanie McDermott: 086 3368 135
Haikal Mansor: 085 7692 758


Supported by:


Carlow County Council
Carlow County Development Partnership
Carlow Cricket Club
Carlow College, St. Patrick’s
Carlow College Students’ Union
Carlow Regional Youth Service
Institute of Technology Carlow
ITC Students’ Union
Rohingya Action Ireland
Social Inclusion & Community Activation Programme
St. Catherine’s Community Services Centre
The European Rohingya Council
Teachers’ Union of Ireland
Union of Students in Ireland


THE EUROPEAN ROHINGYA COUNCIL [ERC] is an Amsterdam based European umbrella organisation in Europe.

The European Rohingya Council (ERC) is a non-governmental umbrella Rohingya organisation that strives to achieve community’s aspirations for the benefits of the Rohingya community in Arakan State, Burma (Myanmar) and Europe in particular and Rohingya around the world in general.

Registered Number: KVK-56454791
Geldershoofd 905, 1103 BG Amsterdam, The Netherlands