The Truths of the Rohingya Crisis

Season 7 | Episode 4

Facing discrimination, mass beatings, rape, and torture in their native country of Myanmar, the Rohingya people have fled to nearby Bangladesh, where the crisis has created the largest refugee camp in the world. In this week’s episode, we unpack the contrasting narratives of the Myanmar government and UN officials in regard to the treatment of the Rohingya. The multitude of actors, security issues, and international terminology complicates the crisis response and enables the international community to remain idle.

Host: Emma Ross
Researcher: Lyndsay Baker
Producer: Christian F. Jung

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