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.
CARLOW: Invited by Carlow College St. Patrick’s to delivery a lecture on Theology, Haikal Mansor, General Secretary of the European Rohingya Council and a member of Rohingya Action Ireland spoke to first year students at the college on Wednesday. Haikal spoke about the importance of pluralistic society upholding respect, love, compassion and kindness that […]
As Rohingya across the globe marked one of the greatest tragedies of the modern time, Rohingya Action Ireland hold Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day on Saturday, August 25. The remembrance day was jointly organised by academics, students, local Irish organisations, volunteers and people from the diverse walks of life in Carlow – the home […]
MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release 28 November, 2016 “Carlow Rohingya conference calls on international community to help Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya” Carlow, Ireland: The European Rohingya Council, Rohingya Community Ireland and Burma Action Ireland jointly held a conference on November 26 to hear about the current human rights situation in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine state. The conference […]