Participation and inclusion in the  Rohingya refugee response in  Cox’s Bazar

The refugee settlement in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh is a profoundly challenging context in which to involve Rohingya communities meaningfully and inclusively in decisions that affect their lives. The Rohingya have been systematically excluded from social, economic and political life in Myanmar for decades. This marginalisation has also been reflected in their experience of displacement in Bangladesh, where they have been severely limited in their ability to exercise basic rights as refugees.

Year of publication: 2021

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Content type:  Evaluation
Areas of work: Monitoring and evaluation, Social science
Region: South Asia

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