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19
Jun

Must Read: Tutu: The Slow Genocide of the Rohingya (People) | Newsweek

#ramadanmubarak #rohingya #rohingyamuslims #tutu #islam #muslims #myanmar

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Rohingya migrants who arrived in Indonesia last week by boat walk back after collecting breakfast at a temporary shelter near Langsa on Wednesday. DARREN WHITESIDE/REUTERS

According to the Honorable Archbishop Desmond Tutu 2015, “The credit that is due to the government of Myanmar for reforms undertaken over the past couple of years does not blind us to the ongoing disavowal and repression of its ethnic minorities, the Rohingya population in particular.

A country that is not at peace with itself, that fails to acknowledge and protect the dignity and worth of all its people, is not a free country. Freedom is indivisible. All must be invited. All, a part.

The Rohingya people were not consulted when the British drew the Burmese border on the map. With those strokes of a pen, they became a borderland people; people whose ancestral land traverses political boundaries.”

Read more > Tutu: The Slow Genocide Against the Rohingya (People) | Newsweek

21
Nov

European Network Against Racism (ENAR)

#racism #noracism #sustainability #enar #calliste

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“Do you HATE racism? Then visit ENAR European Network Against Racism. Great articles, events and information on how to combat racism in your community and country. To sustain a better quality of life for all human and living beings. ~ @Calliste”

ENAR is an EU-wide network of vibrant NGOs in all EU Member States, as well as in Croatia and Iceland. ENAR combats racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, and promotes equality of treatment between European Union citizens and third country nationals.

> Click to Read More News from ENAR 16 November 2012 e-publication http://www.enar-eu.org/Page.asp?docid=31332&langue=EN