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Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya

Inquiry

Written Q&A on the Rohingya Crisis

Report and Government response published

As part of its work monitoring humanitarian situations, the International Development Committee (IDC) conducted a series of written Q&A with selected witnesses on the Rohingya crisis, where over 800,000 people are displaced and living in camps in Bangladesh.

Due to current restrictions on meeting, the Committee sought updates through correspondence with organisations, including UNHCR, Burma Campaign UK, Save the Children and the Department for International Development (DFID).

Reports, special reports and government responses

View all reports and responses
First Report: Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya
Inquiry Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya
Committees International Development Committee
HC 259
Report
Response to this report
Second Special Report - Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya: Government Response to the First Report of the Committee, Session 2019–21
HC 658
Special Report
Second Special Report - Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya: Government Response to the First Report of the Committee, Session 2019–21
Inquiry Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya
Committees International Development Committee
HC 658
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

No oral evidence transcripts published.

HCM0007 - Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
HCM0006 - Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence
HCM0011 - Humanitarian crises monitoring: the Rohingya
Witnesses Department for International Development
Committees International Development Committee
Written Evidence

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  • Address: International Development Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA