ROHINGYA GENOCIDE: ASSESSING THE IMPACT, EXPLORING SOLUTIONS

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St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace

78 Bishopsgate

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Justice for Rohingya Minority

Roundtable Series

**ROHINGYA GENOCIDE:

ASSESSING THE IMPACT AND EXPLORING SOLUTIONS TO THE CRISIS**


Monday 3rd September 2018

6:30pm - 8:45pm

St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace,

78 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AG


Nearest tube: Liverpool St.


Speakers:

Peter Oborne (Moderator)


JFRM Patron, Oborne is a writer, journalist and producer. He resigned as chief political columnist of the Daily Telegraph in 2015, currently a columnist for the Daily Mail. His books include The Triumph of the Political Class, The Rise of Political Lying, and Why the West is Wrong about Nuclear Iran.


Catherine West MP

Member of Parliament for Hornsey & Wood Green; JFRM Patron. Member of the Parliamentary Select Committee on International Trade, and the Joint Committee on Arms Export Controls.




Dr Richard Cockett

Editor and Correspondent at The Economist and also a JFRM Patron. Cockett has travelled frequently to Myanmar and Rakhine state writing about the crisis, including, Blood, Dreams and Gold; The Changing Face of Burma (2015).



Mark Farmaner

Director of Burma Campaign UK and a JFRM Steering Committee member, he has been campaigning for human rights in Burma since 1998. Also active in human rights and development issues, including in the anti-apartheid campaign, and Christian Aid.


Professor S. Sayyid

JFRM Patron, he is Professor of Rhetoric and Decolonial Thought at Leeds University, author of numerous works including A Fundamental Fear, Reclaiming the Caliphate and co-editor of Thinking Through Islamophobia: Global Perspectives. His latest work, Islamism as Philosophy, is forthcoming.



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