Bangladesh: "I don't know what my future will be" : Advocacy update on Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
This advocacy update exposes the ongoing human rights violations that Rohingya refugees are facing in camps located in Bangladesh near the border with Myanmar. Refugee testimonies are used to illustrate the impact that these violations are having on their daily lives as well as their future aspirations for their children. The update identifies specific changes required to restrictive regulatory measures, as well as in relation to the provision of essential services. Amnesty International calls on the government of Bangladesh to move beyond the emergency response phase and to develop a longer-term plan, grounded in human rights law and refugee protection.
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