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What’s happening in Assam?


On the 30th July, the final draft of The National Register of Citizens was published, excluding four million people from citizenship. 
Targeting the weakest members of religious and linguistic minorities, we can assume that, ‘despairingly called Miyas, Muslims of East Bengal origin are the most exposed to danger’. 

India's Ethnic Cleansing


We must act now, together, in numbers, before India renders millions of people non-citizens creating yet another refugee crisis the subcontinent cannot handle. 



In February our team from Restless Beings were in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh collecting data and
distributing aid in the Rohingya refugee camps. I’ve been volunteering with this organisation for
almost a year now, and this was my first visit to the camps in Bangladesh.

When I met Shah


In February our team from Restless Beings was in Cox’s Bazar, collecting data and distributing aid to the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox Bazar, Bangladesh. I’ve been with the organization for almost a year and this was my first visit to the Rohingya in Bangladesh.

The Genocide of the ignored Rohingya


Wednesday 7th February, UK Parliament – Restless Beings have launched their research report at the UK Parliament titled ‘The Genocide of The Ignored Rohingya’. Detailing 96 testimonies , the report makes key recommendations to the UK and Bangladesh Governments as well as international aid agencies. The report calls on the British Government to press the United Nations Security Council to make a referral to the International Criminal Court for Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide.

'Can Anyone Rule Out Genocide' - UN Human Rights Chief

Restless Beings welcomes UN Human Rights Chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein’s remarks today – Tuesday 5th December 2017 regarding the on-going persecution of the Rohingya in Burma. In a Special Session of the UN Human Rights Council, Zeid  asked ‘can anyone rule out that elements of genocide may be present?’

It must be noted that when Zeid in September said he...

Gender based violence and the Rohingya


Violence against women and girls remains one of the most endemic and devastating human rights violations across the world today. Through the exertion of power and control in the intersection of various power structures, women and girls lives and their communities are being destroyed. Even the very term “violence against women and girls” is problematic in itself, as it is passive and does not focus on the perpetrators of the violence.

Burma-Bangladesh Announce Deal To 'Repatriate' Rohingya


The deal announced between Burma and Bangladesh that will see the repatriation of the Rohingya to Burma is deeply flawed.  The most obvious thing here is that without involving the UN in any shape, whether that's through agencies like IOM or UNHCR or paying heed to the UNGA or UNSC statements and Presidential Statement, Burma and Bangladesh have taken away the buffer that the...

What’s in a Name: The Rohingya People and the Kingdom of Arakan


As violence and fear remains king in the Rakhine (formerly ‘Arakan’) State of Burma; men, women and children continue to flee their homelands by the thousands. Since the further escalation of violence, 500 000 more have attempted to escape what is, according to various observers including the UN, a campaign of ethnic cleansing.