It's Time to Share Responsibility: The Rohingya Crisis Five Years On

APRRN's newly published briefing paper outlines how all stakeholders can own their share of responsibility towards putting an end to the systematic marginalisation of Rohingya women, men and children, five years after more than 742,000 were driven out of Myanmar by brutal attacks in 2017. This paper was co-written by the APRRN Rohingya Working Group, providing an in-depth analysis of countries of exile where Rohingya have sought refuge, including Bangladesh, Malaysia, India, Thailand, and Indonesia. It highlights the glaring lack of basic human rights and legal protections, the continuous cycle of forced displacement, and the normalisation of Rohingya marginalisation across the region, to outline concrete steps toward improvement.

Advancing Refugee Rights

In the Asia Pacific region with a growing network of over 200 active civil society organisations and individuals from 28 countries

What we do

Together, we work to advance the rights and inclusion of refugees and other people in need of protection in the Asia Pacific region—including refugees, asylum seekers, torture survivors and complainants, trafficked persons, IDPs, stateless persons, migrants in vulnerable situations, and returnees—so they may have equal and adequate access to assistance and protection, and to timely durable solutions

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Updates of recent events and activities organised by APRRN, members and partners in the region.

Newsletter

Highlights of advocacy efforts undertaken by APRRN and partners over the past month, as well as upcoming activities and opportunities.

Monthly Briefs (August 2022)

The following Monthly Briefs highlight APRRN and partners' advocacy efforts over the month of August and inform about upcoming events and activities. We strive to provide you with regular updates on the network’s activities and developments in the refugee protection sphere, alongside the emerging political climate in the Asia Pacific region. Should you like to contribute information, resources, or updates, kindly contact Sharon at msco@aprrn.org.

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Monthly Brief

Monthly Briefs (August 2022)

2 September 2022
Current Affairs

JAPAN: Japan to Recognise Turkish Kurd as Refugee After Appeals Court Ruling

12 July 2022
Current Affairs

MALAYSIA: Refugee Tracking System Dehumanising, Open to Abuse, Say Groups

25 July 2022
Current Affairs

Govt urged to create conducive environment for refugees to live with dignity

3 August 2022
Current Affairs

Japan grants refugee status to 98 Afghans fleeing Taliban rule

23 August 2022
Capacity Strengthening

APRRN Refugee Rights and Advocacy Course 2022

28 September 2022
Event

Workshop for Legal Practitioners in Bangladesh

7 September 2022
Report

Thailand: National Screening Mechanism Assessment Report (2021)

12 May 2022
Annual Report

Annual Report 2019

12 May 2022

Undoing Precarity: Elevating Positive Practices for Refugee Protection in South and South East Asia

6 September 2022

It's Time to Share Responsibility: The Rohingya Crisis Five Years On

25 August 2022