The European Rohingya Council (ERC) is going to hold a Conference on the current catastrophic plight of Rohingya being created by the Burmese Army and on its next organizational election on Nov 26 in Carlow, Ireland. It has been scheduled on November 26, 2016.
According to independent studies conducted in the ground by various researchers, Rohingya are on the verge of extinction. This extinction is further quickly advanced by recent renewed attack on Rohingya by Myanmar government. In light of this context, the European Rohingya Council in co-operation with other partners is organizing a conference to shed light on current situation, and to appeal to international community to break the cycle of oppression.
For all Rohingya and non-Rohingya who care the lives of innocent people; who want to hear the voice of friendless people; who want to give voice to the least fortunate people; who want to support the most persecuted people on earth and who want to advocate for the rights of ‘nowhere to go people’.
Dr. Ambia Perveen (consultant Paediatrician, Rohingya activist and ERC advocacy)
|11:00 – 11:10||Introduction of the conference by Dr. Ambia Perveen|
|11:10 – 11:20||Opening speech by ERC Chairman Khairul Amin|
|11:20 – 11:35||Rohingya: Indigenous People of Arakan by Dr. Abid Bahar|
|11:35 – 11:50||Current situation of Rohingya and an Appeal to International Community by Dr. Anita Schug|
|11:50 – 12:05||Tea break|
|12:05 – 12:15||Simulation of current situation of Rohingya by Rohingya Youth, Ireland|
|12:15 – 12:30||‘Rohingya, Light after Darkness’, Rohingya Community Ireland by Dr. Haikal Mansor|
|12:30 – 12:40||Importance of Integration and Multicultural Society by Karl Duffy, Social Inclusion Manager, Carlow County Development Partnership|
|12:40 – 12:55||Role of Irish and European Community in solving Rohingya issues by Marie, Burma Action Ireland|
|12:55 – 13:15||A poem appealing international community by Rohingya children, Ireland; written by Zahedul Haque|
|13:15 – 13:20||Closing remark by Dr. Ambia Pervee|