The Overseas Development Institute (ODI), recently published a working paper entitled “Dignity and the Displaced: Rohingya in Bangladesh” documenting their research findings regarding how different groups understand the concept of dignity, within the context of mass displacement of Rohingya. ...

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) recently released their “Desperate Journeys” report which looks at the treacherous journeys that migrants take to reach Europe via the Mediterranean.   Despite the decrease in arrivals over the past few years via the Central Mediterranean Route, sea arrivals continue to rise in Spain and Greece.  Between January and June this year,...

The US government is investigating alleged atrocities committed against the Rohingya Muslims. The State Department led enquiry includes over a thousand interviews with Rohingya men and women in Bangladesh camps between March and April this year. ‘The purpose of this investigation is to contribute to justice processes,...

The first reported family to be returned to Myanmar wasn’t repatriation, Bangladesh says. According to a Facebook post by the Myanmar government, a family of five were returned home from the border regions between both countries. The post shows images of five ‘Muslim’ people being given...

Migrant Offshore Aid Station talks to Xchange Senior Research Advisor, Maria Jones, and Research Analyst, Ioannis Papasilekas about the findings of the Snapshot Survey 2018. Using the Shamlapur and Unchiprang camps as a starting point, the team’s been able to explore the daily lives and...