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.
As over 1.6 billion Muslims around the world celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr – “Festival of Breaking the Fast” after a month of fasting from dust to dawn, a small Rohingya community marked the festival on its 10th year of resettlement in Carlow.
Dear Lord Mayor and Distinguish Councillors, I am reaching to you with a great hope carrying deep in my heart in regard to the rescission of Freedom of Galway from Aung San Suu Kyi. Galway has a very special place in my heart. I was the first Rohingya to set foot in […]
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 […]