Carlow Conference Calls Int’l Community for Actions against Violence on Rohingya
RVision TV News | November 28, 2016
Carlow — The Carlow Rohingya conference calls on international community for actions and the United Nations to send peace-keeping forces to Arakan state of Myanmar to stop the ongoing army’s violence against the Rohingya ethnic minority.
Rohingya – Break the cycle of Oppression was jointly held by European Rohingya Council, Rohingya Community Ireland and Burma Action Ireland on 26th November 2016 in Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow, Ireland, to highlight and discuss the dire situations of world’s most persecuted Rohingya in Burma, in particular focus on the ongoing “Clearance Military Operation” taking place under Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi led government.
It was convened with speakers – Prof. Dr. Abid Bahar (Author of ‘Burma’s Missing Dots’, Canada), Khairul Amin (ERC Chairman), Dr. Anita Schug (ERC, Switzerland), Mrs. Marie (Burma Action Ireland), Ronan Lee (PhD candidate on Rohingya and a former Australian MP) and Eng. Mohammed Siddique (Rohingya Language Foundation, UK), and chaired by Dr. Ambia Perveen (Paediatrician, ERC, Germany).
Press Release from the Conference is attached below.
[Reported contributed by Haikal Mansoor from Carlow]
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