The webinar will take place at 3pm on the Brac University Centre for Peace and Justice Facebook page
The Brac University Centre for Peace and Justice (CPJ) is set to organize a webinar featuring speeches from five of CPJ's Rohingya research volunteers on Monday, March 29, 2021.
The webinar will focus on the strengths and aspirations of Rohingya refugees, who were forced to flee their homes due to violent persecution. The discussion will also feature refugees speaking on their thoughts for the foreseeable future, and includes direct information from Rohingya camp residents working closely on relief efforts.
The webinar is scheduled to run from 3pm onwards.
Tun Khin, a prominent Rohingya activist, and Manzoor Hasan, CPJ's executive director will be joining the webinar as a special guest.
Abdullah, photographer and humanitarian, Mohammad Ahtaram, poet and writer, Hossain Mubarak, teacher, Umme Salma, storyteller, and Mirza Nur, singer and performer, will also be speaking at the session.
The discussion will be moderated by Azizul Hoque, research associate at the Centre for Peace and Justice.
Interested participants can watch the webinar virtually on the CJP’s Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/cpj.bracu) or directly from the Zoom link at https://zoom.us/j/92332258777?pwd=NFZ5Qk5tVDBoMExFSXlQRzdQMmVWUT09