Briefing note

Three Years On: Prospects for Durable Solutions and Justice Remain Elusive for Rohingya

Published 25. Aug 2020
Today marks three years since the mass atrocities in Rakhine State Rohingya civilians to flee their homes. Three years on, the vast majority remain in overcrowded refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. For many of these refugees, returning to Myanmar is not an option until guarantees are provided by the Myanmar government for their safety and protection of their rights. An estimated 600,000 Rohingya remaining in Myanmar continue to be denied freedom of movement, equal access to citizenship and access to essential services, including 130,000 living in confined camps in Rakhine State.