Tag: Rohingya

Gaza’s Children & Our Rohingya Children: A Tale of Israeli and Myanmar Genocides

We, the Rohingya have been chased from our homelands through a series of massacres and Burmese military campaigns since 1978. Our villages have been exterminated and wiped out of all maps. The Palestinian situation is just the same, if not, even worse.

/ November 28, 2023

(YouTube) Keynote Address by FORSEA Co-founder on Refugee Insecurities, Monash Business School

"In the jargon of the United Nations circles, INGOs, and conventional academics, the term 'statelessness' obfuscates what is, in effect, state-organized, legally justified and popularly 'morally' sanctioned acts and processes of persecution of one or more marked ­and typically vulnerable ­human groups within the artificial 'national' borders."

/ September 9, 2023

Webinar: Arbitrary Detention and other Humanitarian Challenges Faced by Rohingya Refugees

Maung Zarni will join an international group of distinguished human rights researchers and defenders including Rohingya refugee activists from India, Thailand and New Zealand.

/ August 17, 2023

The Anatomy of the Political Economy of Slow Genocide, and Organising of Racial Capitalism– A Tale of the Making of De Facto Stateless Rohingya

The paper discusses the political economy of genocide by exploring the organising of genocide against the world’s largest de facto stateless community – the Rohingya community of Myanmar – over the past forty years.

Trouble in No Man’s Land

The events leading up to the destruction of the Rohingya camp in No Man's Land and the role of Bangladesh in it.

/ February 2, 2023

Western Myanmar as a Genocide Triangle: Myanmar’s Military-State, Separatist Rakhine Nationalists and Rohingya Genocide Victims

The increasingly vocal demand by the separatist Arakan Army (AA) for international recognition of it as a (quasi)-state actor with which the United Nations and foreign governments should do business with, needs to be checked against the dark record of the anti-Rohingya racism and criminal responsibility of its popular base, namely Rakhine nationalists, in the slow-burning genocide of Rohingyas since the late 1970's.

/ September 25, 2022

Welcoming US Government’s Genocide Determination & Urging the Myanmar People’s Fund for the Revolution

From FORSEA Dialogue on Democratic Struggles: Padoh Saw Taw Nee of KNU and Ma Ei Thinzar Maung of NUG welcome US Government's Genocide Determination and urges the release of $1 billion Myanmar People's Fund for the Revolution.

/ March 25, 2022

ICJ’s Mishandling of The Gambia v Myanmar undermines confidence in the Court

On 21 February, FORSEA hosted an international law roundtable with three Canadian and American legal scholars and practitioners immediately after the court’s completion of the first of the 4-public hearings on Myanmar’s preliminary objections to the court’s jurisdictions and Gambia’s legal standing with the court in The Gambia v Myanmar.

/ February 23, 2022

The Gambia v. Myanmar will decide whether the Genocide Convention is international law

Enforcement is one of the primary attributes that constitute law. If a law cannot be enforced, it can no longer be considered law. It is crucial that the ICJ's judgment in The Gambia v. Myanmar be used to correct the ICJ's erroneous requirement that genocide be the only intent of a State to prove its special intent to commit genocide.

/ February 21, 2022

Questioning the legitimacy of Myanmar’s coup regime acting as human representatives of “a state party”

ICJ, UN’s court, owes an explanation and transparency behind its dubious decision to allow the murderous regime of Myanmar to act as if it were a state actor in effective control of the state in the Gambia vs Myanmar.

/ January 31, 2022