Join the 10th annual #Black4Rohingya The Rohingya are the world’s most persecuted minority. Natives of Arakan State, they have suffered decades of institutionalised apartheid, been denied their citizenship rights, freedom of movement, access to education, health services and land rights. They are subjected to arbitrary arrests, sexual violence, forced labour, extortion, and collective punishment. On 25 August 2017, the Myanmar military perpetrated a genocide against them forcing a million Rohingya to flee to Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, where they now inhabit the world’s largest refugee camp. This is currently the subject of a case at the International Court of Justice.