Natalie Brinham is a PhD student at Queen Mary University of London researching statelessness. She has worked for many years in NGOs in the UK and Southeast Asia on forced migration, trafficking and statelessness in both frontline service provision roles and research and advocacy roles. She holds an MA from UCL Institute of Education and a BA from SOAS.
Published in: Home“Genocide cards”: Rohingya refugees on why they risked their lives to refuse ID cards
Wary of the past, Rohingya have frustrated the UN’s attempts to provide them with documentation.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryBreaking the cycle of expulsion, forced repatriation, and exploitation for Rohingya
Demanding the ‘right of return’ for Rohingya eases the way for countries to forcibly repatriate them back to Myanmar. Again.