Resilience Amidst Adversity: Unveiling the Human Stories of Rohingya Refugees in India

  • Abhinav Mishra and Samiksha Pandey
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  • Abhinav Mishra

    Assistant Professor of Law at Institute of Legal Studies, Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University, Lucknow, India

  • Samiksha Pandey

    Assistant Professor of Law at Institute of Legal Studies, Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University, Lucknow, India

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Refugees, often reduced to statistical figures, embody narratives of resilience, hope, and determination. Driven from their homes by conflict, persecution, or natural disasters, these individuals embark on arduous journeys that test the limits of their strength and tenacity. As global citizens, it is imperative to comprehend and appreciate the rich tapestry of experiences that refugees bring, fostering empathy and emphasizing the importance of humanitarian efforts. This abstract delves into the challenging humanitarian situation faced by the Rohingya Muslims in India, highlighting their plight as a microcosm of broader global issues. Originating from Myanmar, the Rohingya, an Indo-Aryan ethnic group, have endured systematic persecution by the government and military since the 1970s. This unrelenting oppression has compelled over a million Rohingya individuals to undertake perilous journeys, seeking safety and refuge in foreign lands. By examining the specific case of Rohingya refugees in India, this article aims to shed light on the narratives of survival, the complexities of their journeys and the challenges they face as displaced individuals come to the forefront. Understanding and empathizing with the Rohingya experience not only deepen our appreciation for the resilience of these refugees but also serve as a poignant reminder of the pressing need for global humanitarian efforts to address the plight of those forced to flee their homes.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 475 - 482


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