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|Title:||難民對東道國的影響 : 羅辛亞族人在孟加拉的情況|
Refugees Impact on Their Host Countries: The Case of the Rohingya in Bangladesh
|Issue Date:||2018-07-13 15:18:54 (UTC+8)|
This study aims at exposing the impacts of the Rohingya refugees on Bangladesh their host country, emanating from the country of Myanmar. The case for the Myanmar refugee crisis has been of an ongoing nature lasting more than 35 years when the Rohingya people were denied citizenship within Myanmar. This denial started the long conflict between the predominately Buddhist ethnicity country of Myanmar, and the Rohingya people, who are predominately a
Muslim ethnic minority group. This conflict is one of religious oppression of the Buddhist to the Muslim minority. These impacts can be social, economic, environmental, political and security. This paper has succeeded in proving both positive and negative impacts on social, economic, environmental, and political, however, it has not been able to prove positive impacts in the security realm. Concluding, that positive impacts can be witnessed in the case of
Bangladesh, and possible other similar cases to Bangladesh.
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