3: Women and Children, and Trafficking Prevention

The Coalition spotlights and gathers information about the special vulnerability and needs of Rohingya women and children, who make up the bulk of Rohingya refugees and are frequently subject to additional dangers including sexual violence and human trafficking. Since women and children are also comparatively underrepresented in the narratives of the Rohingya experience, this initiative also works to amplify their voices. It is spearheaded by Razia Sultana, a leading Rohingya lawyer and women’s rights expert.