400.000 rohingya refugee children are barred from receiving education in Bangladesh, concludes the report.
the Government of Bangladesh blocks for education for rohingya children, while awaiting the children's return to Myanmar.
It concludes Human Rights Watch in a report entitled "Are we not people?". The report is published on Tuesday.
human rights organization calls for the restrictions to be repealed.
In the 81-page report concludes the New York-based organization that about 400,000 rohingya children are excluded from receiving instruction in the bangladeshi curriculum schools outside their camps.
In august 2017, was over 700,000 ethnic rohingya muslims forced to flee over the border into Bangladesh, because the rohingya were subjected to mass killings and other atrocities by Myanmar's military.
Over a million rohingya refugees living in Bangladesh. The vast majority are women and children.
Bangladesh has made it clear that it does not want the rohingya must stay on indefinitely. But to deprive children of their education, exacerbating the just the damage on the children and will not resolve the refugee situation more quickly, says Bill Van Esveld from Human Rights Watch.
the Restrictions were introduced as part of the bangladeshi government's informal education program.
According to the programme, is expected rohingya to return to Myanmar within two years, and therefore rejects the Bangladesh to offer local training to promote the integration of the rohingya in the country.
- the Government of Bangladesh saved countless lives by opening up its borders and provide security for the rohingya, but the need to put an end to his foolish policy to block the education to rohingya children, says Bill Van Esveld, who is the director of children's rights at Human Rights Watch.
According to the UNITED states, it is uncertain for the rohingya refugees to return to Myanmar.
/ritzau/dpaUpdated Date: 03 December 2019, 11:00