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Fighting to Learn in Bangladesh: Rohingya Children’s Education Blocked at Every Turn

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Story Source: Human Rights Watch ~ Go to Original Article

Scores of children, most born in refugee camps created in the early 1990s, have been kicked out of schools in Bangladesh because they are ethnic Rohingya. It is an impossible situation.

Bangladesh’s government forbids the Rohingya, as well as aid organizations, from setting up accredited schools in the camps where the children live, and also blocks the kids from attending Bangladeshi schools. All because the government wants to treat the Rohingya as temporary migrants…


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