MD NAZMUL ISLAM Konferans Sunumu


MD NAZMUL ISLAM “BANGLADESH VE MYANMAR'IN DIŞ POLİTİKASI'NDAN ROHİLLAY MÜSLÜMAN MECLİSİ KRİZİ'NİN İNSANİÇİ SORUNU: KARTEPE ZİRVESİ, 2018 TARİHİNDE YER ALAN MİGASYON, KİMLİK LİNKLERİ VE TARİHSEL İSTİSNALAR VE BELİRLİ DEMOGRAFİK DEĞERLENDİRMESİ” ÜZERİNDE BİR SAYFADA BELİRTTİ

 

AYBU congratulates to Md. Nazmul ISLAM, PhD Candidate of the Faculty of Political Science at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, who presented his academic article by participating in the Kartepe Summit on 26-28 October 2018. The theme of the congress was defined as "Migration, Refugee and Humanity". The 2nd Kartepe Summit seeks to raise questions for way out of migration, refugee and humanitarian crisis should be offered to the world in the contemporary period. In the summit which is held annually, it is pointed out that the opportunity fields for mankind, developed solution recommendations to problems in meetings by the intellectuals which have mental and practical approach on that year’s main theme. Scientists, policymakers, media members, civil socialists, politicians, and intellectuals are gathered in conferences, workshops, special sessions, and academic sessions.

 

Doctoral Candidate MD Nazmul Islam presented studies entitled of The Humanitarian Question of Rohingya Muslim Refugee Crisis Beyond the Foreign Policy of Bangladesh and Myanmar: Forced Migration, Identity Linkages and Demographic Assessment of their Historical Exclusions and Statelessness” where he attempts to outline forced migration and consequent flee and displacement of Rohingya Muslims in the North-western Arakan State of Myanmar. More than 500 thousand Rohingya Muslims have fled from Myanmar in recent weeks which have been described as “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing” by UNHCHR. His paper analyses a demographic assessment, identity politics and ethnic crisis of Rohingya people through historical origins and process of their forced migration to bordering countries. The main endeavours of his study to analyse the causative factors and salient problems of the Rohingya refugee crisis with the genesis of their problem. Moreover, his article argues the external actors and arbitrator’s roles in resolving of Rohingya refugee crisis where both Bangladesh and Myanmar government responses to resolve the problem and the repatriation agreement beyond their foreign policy and limitations of diplomatic endeavours of Bangladesh foreign relations. Additionally, his article identifies that whether international community like UN and Veto power countries failed to stop this ethnic cleansing against Rohingya refugees where other regional powerful states domestic and external interests increase the crisis for an unending period. At the same time, his article highlights the international community’s efforts as like Turkey's responses to find out the solutions to this undergoing humanitarian crisis against Rohingya refugee. 

 

 

Recently, Mr. Md. Nazmul ISLAM returned from Germany where he worked as a visiting researcher at the Europa Institute, Saarland University, and joined the Migration Policy Center (MPC), Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University as a visiting researcher.  

 

 



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