STILL STATELESS
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ROHINGYA
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Still Stateless
Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

Since August 25, 2017 over 660,000 Rohingya refugees fled extreme physical and psychological violence by the Myanmar army. Interviews conducted with survivors reveal widespread reports of rape, executions and entire villages being burned to the ground. 

Five months later, Rohingya muslims remain stateless inside Bangladesh without the legal right to work or pursue formal education. This new massive wave join an existing population that fled similar violence in recent decades. An entire generation of Rohingya were born in these camps and have known nothing but a refugee's life. 

Written by Sonia Nandzik- @sonianandzik

Photography and Editing by Douglas Herman- @dfherman

"Constance: The Descent" 
Score by Kevin MacLeod

"One-take on Thaing Khali camp" excerpt from "Still Stateless" Docu Series
Rohingya Camps, Southern Bangladesh.

Photography and Editing by Douglas Herman- @dfherman

"One-take on approaching monsoon impact" excerpt from "Still Stateless" Docu Series
Rohingya Camps, Southern Bangladesh

Written by Sonia Nandzik- @sonianadzik
Photography and editing by Douglas Herman- @dfherman

Music: "Dark Toys" by  SYBS
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTJiB0YjYyrximbFeXsQz3A

We Stand in solidarity with all the women who refuse to give up!

On International Women's Day 2018, over 11 million women and girls are currently refugees. Over 3 million have experienced sexual violence, many of which are forced into prostitution and sex slavery. 

Data by Sonia Nandzik- @sonianandzik
Photography and editing by Douglas Herman- @dfherman 

Music: "Digital Memories" by Unicorn Heads