More than 400 pages of internal Chinese government documents obtained by the New York Times show the origins and execution of China’s detention of Millions of Uyghurs:
Global TV's "The West Block" weekly political show talks to Fareed Khan of the Rohingya Human Rights Network about it's year-end report card giving the Canadian government a "C" for its efforts in the Rohingya crisis in 2018, and about the need to invoke the UN Genocide Convention.
Posted by Rohingya Human Rights Network Canada on Friday, January 4, 2019
Interviews with Rohingyas fleeing from Myanmar since 9 October 2016FlashReport3Feb2017
The report attached is of the project that CSRDN was part of in consortium with other organizations that fund our projects in Canada. As the report indicates, this is a $400,000 project for winterization of which CSRDN and other organizations were a part of. IRC aims to target projects in excess of $300,000, to ensure that the project is more impactful.DonorReport
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According to UNHCR we have reached a sad milestone today of 4 million Syrian refugees: http://www.unhcr.org/