AJAR is proud to announce the publication of two briefing papers. The papers draw from participatory workshops conducted with over 100 Rohingya refugee women in Cox’s Bazar since early 2019, outlining key lessons learned and themes related to the following issues:
(1) access to justice and urgent support for survivors of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV); and
(2) the women survivors’ hardships and what is most needed now to help them survive and maintain hope and connection.
Read the first paper, which is joined by LWM here:
- Policy Paper - After The Dark, I Bloom Like a Flower: Recognition and Healing for Rohingya Survivors of Sexual and Gender-based Violence
Read the second paper here: