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THE FUTURE OF THE ROHINGYA AFTER THE STALLED “REPATRIATION” PLAN

Justice for Rohingya Minority

Thursday, 28 February 2019 from 18:30 to 20:30 (GMT)

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Justice for Rohingya Minority

 

Roundtable

 

The Future of the Rohingya after the stalled “repatriation” plan

 

Experts and campaigners, most of whom have visited refugee camps, will shed light on recent developments and discuss JFRM’s legal route to the crisis.

 

 

Thu 28 February 2019

6:30pm-8:30pm

National Education Union

Hamilton House, Mabledon Place

London WC1H 9BD

 

 

 

Speakers:

 

 

Kiri Tunks -- Moderator

 

JFRM Patron and President of the National Education Union (NUT Section); a teacher, trade unionist and an international solidarity campaigner for many years.

 

 

Dr Richard Cockett

 

JFRM Patron; Editor and Correspondent at The Economist. Travelled frequently to Myanmar and recently to Cox’s Bazar; author of Blood, Dreams and Gold: The Changing Face of Burma.

 

 

Kim Knappett

 

Joint President, National Education Union and a Science Teacher. Trained teachers in several challenging places, including teachers from Burma’s Karen state.

 

 

Ronan Lee

 

An Irish-Australian political advisor and former Queensland State MP; a Deakin University PhD candidate, researching Myanmar’s recent liberalisations and impact on Rohingya Muslims. Travelled extensively in Myanmar and met Aung San Suu Kyi shortly after her release.

 

 

Htike Htike

 

A Rohingya humanitarian leading youth education projects there and in Cox’s Bazar; worked with detainees and refugees in Thailand and Indonesia. Currently completing an MSc in SOAS on the politics of conflict.

 

 

Dr Abdullah Faliq



CEO of JFRM and convenor of Rohingya Minority Crisis Group (est. 2010). Hon. Research Fellow, London Metropolitan University and a founding member of the European Network on Religion & Belief.

 

All welcome

 

Register:

 

http://jfrmseminar3.eventbrite.co.uk?s=91600203

 

 

 

 

www.jfrm.org.uk

 

 

Do you have questions about THE FUTURE OF THE ROHINGYA AFTER THE STALLED “REPATRIATION” PLAN? Contact Justice for Rohingya Minority

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National Education Union (NUT Section)
Mabledon Place
WC1H 9BD London
United Kingdom

Thursday, 28 February 2019 from 18:30 to 20:30 (GMT)


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