Where to follow the Rohingya struggle on social media

Following the Rohingya struggle is extremely important. The genocide crisis is by no means resolved & isn’t likely to be without constant international attention & political pressure. Bangladesh still plans to deport thousands to an uninhabitable island & the massive crisis of refugees has not been adequately addressed. Irish activist Micheal Clinton works with Rohingya activists in Ireland & his work is so respected that he has been appointed a representative to the European Rohingya Council. He maintains this Facebook wall which provides up-to-date information on the Rohingya struggle. You can also follow the posts of Rohingya activists on Facebook, including Ro Nay San Lwin, Imran Mohammed, Ziaur Rahman, Anayet Ullah Arman, Ro Rahmath Ullah, Kyaw Kyaw Win, & others, or Burmese dissident Maung Zarni, all of whom post invaluable information. It’s not a struggle or a genocide that we can make yesterday’s news.

On Twitter, there are several invaluable sites, including most importantly these two: Rohingya Vision on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RohingyaVision
Rohingya Blogger on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rohingyablogger