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Title A sustainable policy for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
Published Brussels, Belgium : International Crisis Group, 2019


Description 1 online resource (23 pages) : map
Series Crisis Group Asia report ; N°303
ICG Asia report ; N°303.
Contents Executive summary. -- I. Introduction. -- II. Stalled repatriation, rising frustration, new restrictions. -- A. The displacement crisis drags on. -- B. Political pressure and a crackdown. -- III. Overcoming a dangerous contradiction. -- A.A reluctance to face the future. -- B. The downsides of Dhaka's current approach. -- C. The advantages of a longer-term approach. -- IV. Conclusion. -- Appendices
Summary Bangladesh is hosting nearly a million Rohingya refugees who have little hope of going home any time soon. The government should move to improve camp living conditions, in particular by lifting the education ban and fighting crime. Donors should support such steps
Notes "27 December 2019"--Cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF cover page (ICG, viewed January 7, 2020)
Subject Rohingya (Burmese people) -- Bangladesh
Refugees -- Government policy -- Bangladesh
Refugees -- Government policy.
Rohingya (Burmese people)
Form Electronic book
Author International Crisis Group, publisher.