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Chicago Council on Global Affairs – Religious intolerance and ethnicity in Myanmar

21st November 2016 
The Rohingyas, a Muslim ethnic group living in the predominantly Buddhist country of Myanmar, are described by the United Nations as among the most persecuted people in the world. Ibrahim argues that the use of religion as a unifying nationalist sentiment has left the Rohingya disenfranchised and marginalized.
27 Sept 2016

Brookings Institute, Washington DC – Rohingya: Inside the conflict in Myanmar’s Rakhine state

27th September 2016 
In his new book, “The Rohingya” (Hurst Publishing, 2016), Azeem Ibrahim investigates Myanmar’s marginalized and vulnerable ethnic Rohingya, a Muslim minority group in western Rakhine State.

Dr Ibrahim speaks at World Rohingya Day rally in Downtown Chicago

19th August 2016  
On Friday, Chicagoans rallied in Federal Plaza for the first World Rohingya Day to bring attention to the Rohingya Muslim minority of Burma who have been targeted by a government and Buddhist extremist campaign of denying that they exist and do not deserve citizenship. In the words of Professor Azeem Ibrahim who has recently completed research on the Rohingya “It’s a slow motion genocide.”

SOAS London University History Department Seminar – Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide

11th July 2016 
Khalili Lecture Theatre, Lower Ground Floor, SOAS Main Building, Russell Square
Dr. Azeem Ibrahim will give a seminar, discussing his new book The Rohingya: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide (published by Hurst, 2016).
Free and open to public

Launch of Rohingya Culture Centre in Downtown Chicago

9th April 2016 
The RCC, located on the city’s North Side in the Rogers Park neighborhood, is a refugee resettlement center that will provide support and assistance to Chicago’s growing refugee community. At least 200 Rohingya families have settled in the Chicagoland area in recent months after fleeing ethnic violence in Myanmar (Burma).

Conference on Rohingya At Oxford University

11th May 2016 
The South Asia Research Cluster (SARC) at Oxford University hosted an open, one-day research conference with renowned scholars, practitioners and experts in law, politics, history, criminology and sociology as well as Rohingya refugee activists on what Harvard economist Amartya Sen calls “the slow genocide” of the Rohingya.

Dr Ibrahim delivers presentation on Rohingya genocide to audience at Mansfield College University of Oxford

29th January 2016 
Dr Ibrahim delivered a presentation to an academic audience on the slow motion genocide of the Rohingya in Myanmar with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Principal of Mansfield College convening.
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