Urge Myanmar to stop the campaign of violence and human rights abuses against the Rohingya



More than 600,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh 

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Relentless human rights violations have forced more than 600,000 Rohingya to flee in terror to neighbouring Bangledesh. Reports are flooding in of killings by the Myanmar security forces, as satellite images confirm that entire villages have been burned to the ground. 

Many are risking their lives as they flee by foot and escape in fishing boats, travelling from Myanmar to Bangladesh - many are badly injured. Well over half are women and children.

All the refugees are confirm the attacks are by the Myanmar security forces and vigilante mobs.


Thousands of people – mostly Rohingya – are also believed to be stranded in the mountains of northern Rakhine State. They are being denied basic aid because NGOs and humanitarian organisations are not being allowed access to the area.

This isn’t the first time Myanmar Security Forces have abused the Rohingya people – over the last year, they have tortured, raped, arrested and forcibly disappeared many of them, destroying their homes and property.

This is ethnic cleansing, which amounts to crimes against humanity. These are systematic and coordinated attacks against the Rohingya people, and the Commander in Chief has the power to stop it. Add your voice now!

Learn more: 

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OPEN LETTER: Trudeau Must Raise Grave Human Rights Issues in Philippines, Viet Nam and Myanmar during Visit to the Region
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REPORT: “MY WORLD IS FINISHED” - Rohingya targeted in crimes against humanity in Myanmar - Oct 18

Myanmar: New evidence of systematic campaign of crimes against humanity to terrorize and drive Rohingya out - Oct 17

Myanmar: ASEAN must do more to tackle Rohingya crisis - Oct 6

Myanmar / Bangladesh: Rohingya refugees must not be forced home to abuse and discrimination - Oct 4

Myanmar: UN Security Council must impose arms embargo - Sept 28

Thailand: Hard line on refugees leaves thousands vulnerable and at risk
- Sept 28

Video and satellite evidence show new fires still torching Rohingya villages
- Sept 22

Aung San Suu Kyi burying her head in the sand about Rakhine horrors - Sept 19

Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh should take help from global community to tide over humanitarian disaster - Sept 18

Listen: Amnesty Secretary General Alex Neve explains Myanmar crisis on CBC radio - Sept 14, 2017

Myanmar: Scorched-earth campaign fuels ethnic cleansing of Rohingya from Rakhine State
 - Sept 14, 2017

Crisis in Myanmar: Amnesty report from the field - Sept 13, 2017

Who are the Rohingya and why are they fleeing - Sept 12

Amnesty Report: “WE ARE AT BREAKING POINT” - Rohingya: Persecuted in Myanmar, Neglected in Bangladesh  - December 2016


Help protect the lives of Rohingya families

Dear Chief Commander Senior General Min Aung Hlaing:

I urge you to immediately stop the violence and human rights abuses against the Rohingya people, and ensure free and unimpeded access to Rakhine state to humanitarian actors such as: the UN, independent journalists and human rights monitors and ensure their safety and security.  

Yours sincerely,