2015 Rohingya refugee crisis

People are still living under emergency response measures, which do not allow them to rebuild their lives in dignity, Amnesty Canada secretary general Alex Neve writes.
It’s been a year since a wave of violence forced hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people out of Myanmar into neighbouring Bangladesh. The Muslim minority had experienced discrimination and violence for years before. But with 380,000 children in refugee camps, UNICEF is warning of a “lost generation” without access to aid or education.
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Nearly one million Rohingya refugees have fled across the border from Myanmar
We need to be bolder; we need a coordinated international response to this crisis