International Detention Coalition in Conversation with QMUL's International State Crime Initiative
6 July 2015
To better understand what some are calling the “South East Asian Migrant Crisis”, the International Detention Coalition spoke to Alicia de la Cour Venning, researcher at QMUL’s International State Crime Initiative.
She said: “Over the years the Rohingya have been expelled from civil servant positions, subject to birth restrictions, denied land ownership, deprived of the ability to freely marry, been barred from engaging in certain professions, denied unrestricted access to university education, and stripped of citizenship.”
- Read the full article South East Asian Migrant Crisis” IDC in Conversation with the International State Crime Initiative on the IDC website.