Rohingya Refugee Deficiency Advocacy Initiative, in Cox's Bazar Refugee Camp, Bangladesh

  This abstract outlines a advocacy project of mine, focusing on Rohingya Refugees Deficiencies, where my team researching or identifying Refugee justice, sustainability and climate, Refugee rights, Education, Healthcare, Students Voices and ideas, Freedom of movement, social circumstances, and current situations in the refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, where the Rohingya refugee crisis stands as one of the largest displacement events in recent history. The project purpose is to comprehensively examine and address the multifaceted human rights and others challenges facing displaced populations in this region. 

  Our research and advocacy delve into the lived experiences, vulnerabilities, and rights violations experienced by Rohingya refugees in the camp. It places a spotlight on key dimensions of human rights, such as access to education, healthcare, basic necessities, freedom from discrimination and violence, and the right to seek asylum. Additionally, we scrutinise the challenges and prospects associated with humanitarian assistance, along with the roles of international agencies and local organisations in upholding human rights and others basic necessities. 


  Through a combination of interviews, surveys, and on-site observations, our research and advocacy aim to contribute vital insights and data to the ongoing discourse on human rights and others social circumstances within refugee contexts. Our ultimate goal is to provide a deeper understanding of the adversities faced by the Rohingya refugees and to propose policy recommendations and advocacy initiatives. We seek the opportunity to present our findings at the upcoming event, dedicated to human rights, to promote awareness, advocacy, and meaningful action in support of Cox’s Bazar’s vulnerable Rohingya refugee population.

 Describing My Project As Creative Work 


    As a dedicated learner of the Open Society University Network Hubs for connected learning initiatives, I have found a remarkable avenue  for channelling my passion for Refugee justice, sustainability and climate, Refugee rights, Education, Healthcare, Students Voices and ideas, Freedom of movement and other critical issues that shape our world today, especially into the our Rohingya Refugee Community who are residing in the world largest Refugee Camp Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh. According to my observations, Global Commons, an online literary and news publication, has become the canvas upon which I can paint my thoughts and ideas. According to me, It is a dynamic platform that empowers students to express their views and explore the complexities of our global society. In this piece for submission, I intend to recount my journey on my project, not only as a contributor to Global Commons but also as a young advocate committed for making a difference in the lives of Rohingya refugees through my  project: RRDAI means  the Rohingya Refugee Deficiency Advocacy Initiative.


  In the heart of the Global Commons, a seed of change is being nurtured, a project that strives to shine a light on the often overlooked deficiencies in the lives of Rohingya refugees. This endeavor, this project is more than a mere academic pursuit; it is a passionate journey to make a difference.


  In a world where human rights violations persist and vulnerable communities continue to face adversities, this initiative takes a bold step. It is led by a dedicated individual who envisions a world where the rights and needs of Rohingya refugees are acknowledged and addressed. With the rallying cry of justice for the Rohingya people, my project gathers like-minded souls from various walks of life, now a strong and healthy team of fifteen members. Together, we have embarked on a mission to identify, research and advocate the document the manifold challenges faced by our Rohingya refugees in Ukiya, Cox’s bazar Bangladesh.


  The focus is comprehensive, covering a wide spectrum of issues that impact the lives of our Rohingya refugees. From inequalities in access to essential resources to public healthcare concerns, the initiative leaves no stone unturned. It recognizes the specific struggles faced by Rohingya women and the crucial importance of providing them with educational opportunities. Moreover, it highlights the fundamental necessity of food services, something often taken for granted but pivotal for survival. 


  The “Rohingya Refugee Deficiency Advocacy Initiative” This project is more than research; it is a vow to advocate for solutions, to be the voice that cries for change, and to ignite a spark in the global community’s consciousness. The project envisions a world where the rights of Rohingya refugees are upheld, where we receive the healthcare we deserve, where education becomes a beacon of hope, and where food insecurity becomes a relic of the past. 


 Additionally, we are all working on this project since one month. As I said before, we are all working on the issues which arise from our Rohingya Community such as Refugee justice, sustainability and climate, Refugee rights, Education, Healthcare, Inequalities, Women rights, Students Voices and Ideas, Freedom of movement and other critical issues that shape our Rohingya Refugee Camps Today, who are residing in the world largest Refugee Camp Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh. We collect those issues and write Articles, Journals, Poems, Magazines, Essays, and even we are trying to beWe do not publish any things right now because as we are new, but we have advocated some challenges which we got from our research from community to the local actors, NGOs. We are conducting writing activities still now.


  But this is not the only chapter in this individual’s life. In a parallel quest for knowledge, especially, I am currently studying furthering my academic prowess through OSUN Hubs For Connected learning initiatives, RhEAP Program. My dedication to learning and self-improvement is a testament to my multifaceted approach to addressing the issues we care about.


  Currently, I am immersed in the advanced academic writing course in Module Three, having already conquered the Foundation of Academic Writing in Module Two. My journey through education symbolizes a commitment to not only gather knowledge but also to effectively communicate and advocate for the causes they hold dear.


  My commitment extends beyond the confines of my studies. I also participate in a plethora of OSUN activities, from Virtual Student Leadership Conferences that broaden my horizons to monthly fellow Civil Engagement events that keep them engaged with my peers. These activities are not mere distractions but opportunities to network, collaborate, and deepen my understanding of the world.


  It is clear that my dedication to learning and community engagement is a reflection of our commitment to addressing the Rohingya refugees’ deficiencies. This holistic approach to education and activism is a testament to the potential of individuals to drive positive change on a global scale. 


  The story is far from over, for this individual is an embodiment of the spirit of the Global Commons, illustrating the profound impact that can be achieved through dedication, education, and a commitment to justice. As this narrative unfolds, it is evident that our journey is far from over; it is a testament to the enduring quest for a better world, for the Rohingya people, and for all of humanity. It is a story of hope, resilience, and a determination to create a better future for those who need it the most.

 Lastly, As I am applying for the Global Commons, I do so with a heart full of hope and a spirit brimming with determination. I invite you to join us on this journey to bridge the gaps, to uplift those in need, and to create a world where all individuals, regardless of their background, can thrive. Together, we can make a difference. Thanks.