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Rohingya Journeys of Violence and Resilience in Bangladesh and its Neighbours: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
This project will examine the political economy of violence that has resulted in the forced displacement of over two million Rohingya from Myanmar in recent decades. Taking the August 2017 mass-scale exodus from Myanmar following ethnic cleansing as a starting point, we will examine the impact of the violence on this vulnerable refugee community in Bangladesh. These impacts will be contextualised historically and in terms of gender and faith, as we explore how the nationalist ideology and politics behind identity characteristics in Bangladesh, India and Malaysia over the last seven decades have affected Rohingya experiences of welcome and violence in the region today. Importantly, we will examine how the Rohingya refugees’ own understandings of violence and risk have shifted as their locations have changed, and what coping mechanisms and aspirations are emerging from within the community as they look towards the future.
5 Researchers
5 External Collaborators
  • Professor Imtiaz Ahmed
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
  • Dr Kazi Fahmida Farzana
    University Utara Malaysia - Malaysia
  • Dr Jessica Field
    O. P. Jindal Global University - India
  • Md Touhidul Islam
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
  • Professor Amena Mohsin
    University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - Bangladesh
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