Read Rohingya lawyer and activist, Razia Sultana's reports for Kaladan Press Network, an independent news service focusing on Myanmar and Rohingya-related issues—Witness to Horror and Rape by Command.
Razia also spoke on behalf of Rohingya women survivors at the United Nations Security Council’s Open Debate on Sexual Violence in Conflict in 2018. Read her full statement.
If you would like to interview Razia for an upcoming piece you can reach her through our platform InterviewHer, which connects the media with women experts on conflict, peace and security around the world.
If you would like to learn more about our 2018 trip to Bangladesh, including updates from the ground, you may refer to our Standing with Rohingya Women delegation blog.
Learn more about Bangladeshi women's organization, Naripokkho, on their website.