A total 67 photographs were on display at the exhibition, titled Building Peace : Youth in Cox’s Bazar Explore Diversity.” The photos expressed the stories and reality of the Rohingya and those who are hosting them
Since 2017, more than 740,000 Rohingya, a Muslim minority ethnic group in predominantly Buddhist Myanmar, have fled to Bangladesh because of extreme violence in their home communities.
Bangladeshi and Rohingya youth were trained on visual storytelling at the five-day camp
Philippines-based journalist Fatima Arkin, the recipient of a 2016 grant from Internews’ Earth Journalism Network, was recognized as the best young environmental journalist of the year at the Asian Environmental Journalism Awards (AEJA) held last month in Singapore.
National Geographic Photo Camp Exhibition at the Kennedy Center Displays Images of Resilience and Hope Taken by At-Risk and Refugee Youth
Young storytellers use photography to share their migration experiences
Minority Rohingya refugees have fled violence and persecution in Myanmar, only to live in an uneasy peace with the Bangladeshi host community. Rumors fly constantly in both communities.
A new report analyzes the transition the news media sector in Myanmar is undergoing since the political reforms that began in 2010.
by Timo Luege