The most recent Rohingya crisis started in August of 2017 but the Rohingya people have been stateless and denied basic human rights for decades. Human Rights Watch has been reporting on the crisis, bringing to light the inhumane treatment of the Rohingya and calling for justice.
Human Rights Watch has not only been reporting on the Rohingya but on human rights violations all over the world. From the separation of migrant children and parents in the United States to Bauxite Mining in Guinea.
The organization exposes inhumanity and empowers victims by giving them a voice to tell their story to the world. If you want to stand for human rights, you can follow reports on their website and consider donating below.