#EndRohingyaGenocide – 25.8.18

#EndRohingyaGenocide, #RohingyaWomen, Belfast City Hall
Today is the Remembrance Day of the Rohingya Genocide. We the Peace People want to mark this day and let people know that this horrific Genocide is still continuing of the Rohingya people. We are delighted to launch our new campaign at Belfast City Hall. #EndRohingyaGenocide Mairead Maguire spoke at this event and you can watch her speech below. ">Mairead Maguire speaking at Belfast City Hall at The Peace Peoples new campaign launch - #EndRohingyaGenocide
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Mairead Maguire – Supporting The Peace Peoples Campaign #EndRohingyaGenocide

Mairead Maguire – Supporting The Peace Peoples Campaign #EndRohingyaGenocide

#EndRohingyaGenocide, #RohingyaWomen, Campaigns, Events, The Peace House
Rohingya Genocide Day- 25th of August 2017. Declaration of Solidarity with Rohingya and Call for Myanmar Government to be investigated by the ICC By Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace laureate In February 2018 I participated in a Nobel Women’s Initiative delegation to Bangladesh. The purpose of our delegation was to visit Cox’s Bazar, Chittagong, Bangladesh where over 1 million Rohingya Muslim refugees were living in makeshift camps having fled persecution by Myanmar soldiers. On the delegation was Nobel Peace laureates Shirin Ebadi, Tawakkol Karmen and myself. We met with over 100 Rohingya women who told us their stories of rape and murder of many of their families by Myanmar soldiers. One young woman, Fatima (20), told us how Myanmar soldier entered their village and came into her home. They shot her…
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Standing with Rohingya Women: Spotlighting Survivors for World Refugee Day

#RohingyaWomen, Campaigns, Events
This World Refugee Day, we are spotlighting the plight of the Rohingya people with the online premiere of Standing with Rohingya Women short film. This five minute film follows the February delegation to Bangladesh with Nobel Peace laureates Tawakkol Karman, Shirin Ebadi, and Mairead Maguire, in partnership with Bangladeshi women's right organization Naripokkho. This the delegation visited the refugee camps in Cox's Bazar to investigate the situation of the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, particularly the violence against Rohingya women— including high levels of sexual violence. Online Premiere - Standing With Rohingya Women
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