"Unlike European countries, who at least make an effort to stop North African migrants from drowning in the Mediterranean - Myanmar's neighbors are reluctant to provide any assistance’’. The Thai Naval forces have said that they have tried to help migrant boats in its waters and have shown that there is a small chance for them to establish refugee camps on its shores. They are still turning boats away because they do not want anyone to settle permanently. Malaysia is the destination of choice for most refugees because it is mostly a Muslim country and is short of laborers. But Malaysia has ordered its navy to repel them.
Therefore, the employees are likely to be taken advantages and mistreated by the employers. Moreover, they are denied legal protection since they do not hold legal documents and the police officers often refer them as illegal migrant workers. As a result, slavery-alike working conditions still continue to happen in modern days. In conclusion, the word illegal has impacted millions of people lives along the history and up to now. The slavery will continue to exist whether it is legally banned or practice it openly unless there is protection entitle to everyone regardless of their identity, background, or native country where they are from.
For the Rohingya, they try to fled to Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, to save their lives and their families and escape from the massacre happening against them in Burma. The Rohingya crisis has started since the 1970s and till now this issue has not been solved. In 2005, the government has started engaging in a violence and mass killing against the Rohingya, and the main reason for the crisis happening now in Burma is the tension between the Buddhists (the majority in Burma) and the Muslims (minority). In different countries in the world, there are tensions between different groups. However, the tensions never reach what in going on in
Currently, loads of laws have been enforced to prevent racism such as: Law Against Racism and All Forms of Discrimination 2010, Racial Discrimination and Related Forms of Intolerance 2013, Inter-American Convention against All Forms of Discrimination and Intolerance 2013 and many more . Laws have been passed down to prevent racism from happening too often but not stop it. This is a sad thing as, during this age, we do not have the power to stop it. People were born differently, and it’s only normal to react negatively to things or people we aren’t used
In Cameron’s opinion it is all a question of identity (ll.27). Young men cannot identify with the Islam practiced at home since it is transplanted to western countries. As a result it is hard for them to identify with Britain as well (ll.29-32) and they start to feel “rootless” (ll.44). Moreover, Cameron states that immigrant’s problems were often ignored because they were too “fearful to stand up to them” (ll.40). All this leads to the conclusion, that it is partly our, the communities and the governments, fault that immigrants do not feel included or welcome in our society (ll.
In our region, Islam has an old history, and 90% of citizens are Muslim, so our culture was effected by nearby countries, which are mostly Islamic countries. We all know that each person’s thinking is different from the other person, so everybody may not follow the rules of Islam, and even they may not believe in God. Islam has hundreds of rules, but some are restrictive and result in extremism, such as cutting hand of the person who steals something. Everybody make a mistake, and no one is a perfect person, so when a person make a mistake that person should be punished not cutting his hand because it results in disorder of society and it may also result in civil
The intensified post-election clampdown led to a second exodus. Some 250,000 Rohingya crossed into Bangladesh, while another 15,000 ultimately made their way to Malaysia.”15 But in accordance with the policy of Bangladesh, the prima facie recognition of Rohingyas closed with a registration cut-off date in mid-1992. The Rohingyas arrived or returned after the cut-off date are not able to receive the status of refugees and are not permitted in the camps.16 So Bangladesh has closed its door to the “least wanted”17 people of the world, saying they are not Bangladeshis. About 30,000 registered Rohingyas, supported by the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, are in Bangladesh. Informally, there are 200,000 unregistered Rohingya in Bangladesh.
Rohingya are only able to obtain citizenship if they can prove that their ancestors migrated there before 1823. The article Return for Burma's Displaced Rohingya addresses the issue “The 1982 Citizenship Law doesn't recognize the Rohingya as a national ethnic group and denies citizenship to individuals who cannot provide evidence that their ancestors settled in the country before 1823, the year the British began their occupation of Rakhine state, then known as Arakan”(Gregoire 3). Due to the 1982 citizenship law, the vast majority of rohingya are not able to obtain citizenship even if they were born in the country. This causes them to be taken advantage of and to have many of their basic human rights taken away. Muslim militants have risen up and began fighting back due to the mistreatment of the Rohingya.
INTRODUCTION The Rohingyas are often called the “nowhere people”. A title that looms over the bleak situation the world has thrown them in. The Rohingya Muslims are indigenous to Myanmar where they have not only faced gross violence and persecution but have also been denied citizenship. What has ensued thereafter can only be seen as a game of ping pong being played with human lives. Using trawlers, traffickers have got them on the sea, but most countries such as Thailand, and Malaysia are unwilling to let them embark on their shores.
Dalits are often forbidden from using same religious temples, living in same areas and marrying into the families of the country 's upper castes. To unfold all these problems to the society,Dalitliterature has come into existence. It protests against all forms of exploitationbased on class, race, caste or occupation. It had not been recognized as a literature till 1970 but now its name is being heard all around the world. It has made the people think against the exploitation and suppression.