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Westminster Debate ‘The International Response to the Rohingya Crisis’

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29 November 2017, House of Commons Turkey has been deeply involved in the international aid effort for the Rohingya, and on 7 September, Turkey’s foreign aid agency became the first foreign outfit to deliver an initial shipment of 1000 tonnes of basic food and medicine to Rohingya areas. Meanwhile, Turkish officials have visited the refugee camps […]

Briefing on Turkey leading the response to the Myanmar crisis

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14 September 2017 With its aid to Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims, Turkey is stepping up efforts to become an independent world power Turkey has led the international response to the crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh, gaining access to areas where other aid agencies have been blocked This is the latest in a series of initiatives that has […]

Penny Green

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Westminster Debate ‘The International Response to the Rohingya Crisis Penny Green is an Australian criminologist. Since September 2014, she has been Professor of Law and Globalisation at Queen Mary University, London. Before being appointed as Professor at Queen Mary University, she was Professor of Law and Criminology at King’s College London and worked at the […]

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