The Rohingya people of Myanmar: health, human rights, and identity

@article{Mahmood2017TheRP,
  title={The Rohingya people of Myanmar: health, human rights, and identity},
  author={S. S. Mahmood and E. Wroe and Arlan F. Fuller and J. Leaning},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2017},
  volume={389},
  pages={1841-1850}
}
The Rohingya people of Myanmar (known as Burma before 1989) were stripped of citizenship in 1982, because they could not meet the requirement of proving their forefathers settled in Burma before 1823, and now account for one in seven of the global population of stateless people. Of the total 1·5 million Rohingya people living in Myanmar and across southeast Asia, only 82 000 have any legal protection obtained through UN-designated refugee status. Since 2012, more than 159 000 people, most of… Expand

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