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SURVIVING STATELESS REFUGEES: THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF ROHINGYA’S CHILDREN IN MALAYSIA

@inproceedings{Abdullah2018SURVIVINGSR,
  title={SURVIVING STATELESS REFUGEES: THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF ROHINGYA’S CHILDREN IN MALAYSIA},
  author={Azlina Abdullah and Azharudin Mohamed Dali and Mohamad Rodzi Abd. Razak},
  year={2018}
}
It is unsurprised that Malaysia drawn the mass migration of Rohingya refugees who are fleeing the sporadic massacres as well as the persecution of the Myanmar government. According to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the flow of these refugees accounts to a total of 154,000 as of end of March 2017. 1 The Rohingya refugees have been in Malaysia since the announcement of the genocide campaign by the Myanmar government against the Muslim Rohingyas a year ago. The need to… Expand
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