More than one million Rohingya refugees have fled violence in Myanmar in successive waves of displacement since the 1990s. Visit USA for UNHCR to learn more about this crisis.
In parallel with the film, Wandering, a multimedium exhibition was created and exhibited at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ) combining video projections, photographs, children’s drawings, dioramas and sculptures to educate guests about the Rohingya refugee crisis.
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Two young students stand in front of their classmates courageously singing Baa-Baa Black sheep. Rohingya children receive basic education and emotional support through learning facilities in Bangladesh. Learn more about how these safe spaces are supporting Rohingya children.
Noor and Aziz, 6-year–old twins, are Rohingya Muppets featured in Sesame Workshop’s Play to Learn program, a UNHCR partner delivering early education to children living in the world’s largest refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Watch and learn more about Noor, Aziz and Rohingya culture.
UNHCR and partner Artolution are supporting Rohingya youth in Bangladesh through collaborative art – folk music, sculpture, mural painting and other creative arts programs – that promote resilience and healing. Visit this inspiring virtual exhibit to see how Rohingya youth are using art as a powerful storytelling tool.
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