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The Rohingya Exodus: Issues and Implications for Stability, Security and Peace in South Asia
Given the recent Rohingya exodus to Bangladesh, this research aims to study the overall implications of this exodus for regional stability, security and peace. In so doing, this research also intends to understand causes and drivers of identity-based politics associated to Rohingya population in Myanmar. This study, which employs a mixed method approach including a survey, a number of key informant interviews and several short case studies of persecution, also wants to understand complex issues of management of large exodus of refugees in Bangladesh and how best to address them in the longer-term. This project intends to produce a policy brief, two peer-reviewed journal articles and to contribute to policy making related to management of the Rohingya refugee crisis at local, regional and international levels with a view to help in their repatriation process.
2 Researchers
5 External Collaborators
  • Mohammad Shaheenur Alam
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
  • Anurug Chakma
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
  • Fahima Durrat
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
  • Md Touhidul Islam
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
  • Obayedul Hoque Patwary
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
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