Search Results for Tag: Rohingya
On the first day of the school year at the Asian University for Women in southern Bangladesh, groups of teenage girls in skinny jeans, sleeveless tops and T-shirts chattered, their laughter carrying through the sticky air.
Date22.12.2018 | 12:35
TagsAsian University for Women, bangladesh, Chittagong, Cox's Bazar, Formin Akter, Myanmar, Rohingya, women's rights
Fatima was gang-raped during attacks on Rohingya Muslims as part of Myanmar’s ethnic cleansing campaign. Now, she and her family live in a camp in Bangladesh with few prospects, DW Editor-in-Chief Ines Pohl reports.
Date18.10.2018 | 8:43
Thanaka, a paste that has been used for centuries to protect skin from the sun, is traditionally applied in swirls to the cheeks of Rohingya Muslim women. Itʹs a custom female refugees in Bangladesh are keen to preserve.
Date28.08.2018 | 15:22
Tagsbangladesh, beauty, Cox's Bazar, female refugees, girls' rights, Human rights, muslim, Myanmar, paste, Rohingya, Thanaka, women's rights
What is it like to tie the knot in an overcrowded refugee camp? Shofika and Saddam are Rohingya refugees who fled their village in Myanmar and now living in Bangladesh.
Date19.06.2018 | 10:36
Tagsbangladesh, conflict, Cox's Bazar, Kutapolong, married, Myanmar, Quran, refugee, Rohingya, Wedding
Aung San Suu Kyi: From freedom fighter to pariah
Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi had the global community rooting for her when she was the world’s most famous political prisoner. Now she is accused of standing by while soldiers massacre Rohingya Muslims. – Author: Elizabeth Schumacher
Date29.01.2018 | 14:05
Many a time I’ve entertained this intriguing possibility: often, admittedly, as a knee-jerk reaction to the rhetoric of certain male leaders that continues to “shock and awe” us.
Date23.09.2017 | 11:07
TagsAfD, Angela Merkel, Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar, Rohingya, Sheikh Hasina, Wir schaffen das, women's rights
The Rohingyas in Myanmar (a country formerly known as Burma) are often described as one of the most persecuted minorities in the world. From the time the country’s then-military junta passed The Burma Citizenship Law in 1982, they’ve been denied citizenship – and ever since, they are virtually stateless.
Date02.08.2016 | 15:23
TagsAfghanistan, Aung San Suu Kyi, Bengali, Kalindi Kunj, Murali Krishnan, Myanmar, Rohingya, Somalia, Tibet, women's rights