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ACEH KEMBALI ‘KEDATANGAN TAMU’ ETNIS PALING TERZALIMI DI DUNIA

Novendra, Monev Officer Yayasan Geutanyoe Setelah mengarungi perjalanan laut yang melelahkan hingga 25 hari lamanya, gelombang baru pengungsi Rohingya yang terusir dari kampung halamannya kembali terdampar di perairan Aceh, di jalur laut Selat Malaka. Tepatnya pada Minggu dinihari, tanggal 6 Maret 2022, sekitar pukul 03.00 WIB, sebanyak 114 orang yang terdiri dari laki-laki dan perempuan …

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From Damascus to Andalusia: A Musical Odyssey with Refugee Artists

By Lilianne Fan On 29 June, the second day of the visionary and vibrant Refugee Festival at Publika’s Black Box, Kuala Lumpur, Syrian musicians Omar Alkhammash, 20, and Majd Hass, 27, unveiled their new musical initiative ‘The Ishtar Project’. Joined by Iraqi Dalia Esam, 18, on piano, and fellow Syrian Tara Ahmad, 34, on violin, …

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Rohingya Peace Institute: Providing Free Education and Upholding the Right to Education for Refugees

On 8 July 2016, after 2 years of planning, a group of 5 Rohingya refugee youth living in Malaysia opened a community-based school for refugees called the Rohingya Peace Institute (RPI), in a humble three-room apartment in Selayang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The school is the first established entirely by Rohingya youth that provides Rohingya refugee …

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