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Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh (04:20)


Extreme violence in the Rakhine State forces Rohingya to flee; the U.N. recommends prosecuting top military commanders. By 2019, over 900,000 Rohingya live in the refugee settlement. BNWLA defends women and children from exploitation; the Kulczyk Foundation supports empowerment.

Arakan Rohingya (04:12)

Dominika Kulczyk, Fawzia Firoze, and Wahida Idris work with the organization to locate missing loved ones; the Rohingya have few resources. BNWLA receives 60 cases involving human trafficking per month. Khurshida Belgum hopes they can locate her son, Faisal.

Refugee Camps (07:33)

Mohammad Abul Kalam discusses living conditions for the Rohingya in Cox's Bazar; monsoon season poses a challenge. Kulczyk, Firoze, and Idris visit the wife of the man who took Faisal; she says she cannot help.

Rohingya Refugees (05:52)

The U.N. accuses Myanmar security forces of crimes against humanity; the Rohingya have no nationality. Traffickers exploit women and children. BNWLA takes Belgum's case to the police. Bangladeshi and Rohingya women band together as a type of neighborhood watch. Faisal returns home.

Credits: Stolen Son (00:15)

Credits: Stolen Son

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Members of the Bangladesh National Women’s Legal Association set out in a race against time to save a missing Rohingya boy who may have been kidnapped out of the camp.

Length: 23 minutes

Item#: FPT210564

ISBN: 978-1-63722-146-4

Copyright date: ©2019

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