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“Brutality against humanity” photo exhibition Dec 1
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“Brutality against humanity” photo exhibition Dec 1

Dhaka – Films 4 Peace Foundation is the independent advocacy organization that uses films and strategic communication to expose global problems and to promote solutions that are essential to build a peaceful future.
You may aware, what had happened with the Rohingya community in Myanmar. Myanmar armies burnt hundreds of Rohingya villages, brutally killed and raped thousands and terrorized millions. It was planned, deliberate and targeted against Rohingya community. Myanmar Rohingya community has no energy and skill to fight against trained forces. There were only escapes. UN estimated, approximately 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh from Rakhine State, Myanmar. Recently, Films 4 Peace Foundation team visited Rohingya community living in the makeshifts in Ukhia and Teknaf, Coxs Bazar, Bangladesh and documented the current state of Rohingya community.
Films 4 Peace Foundation is celebrating International Human Rights Day on the 10th December. To celebrate the day and make it more meaningful Films 4 Peace Foundation organized a documentary photography exhibition and want to presents current states of Rohingya community.
Venue: Drik Gallery II, House 58, Road 15A (New), Dhanmondi Residential Area, Dhaka 1209, Bangladesh Date: 01 December 03:00 PM to 08:00 PM – Opening ceremony, photo exhibition; 02 December 03:00 PM to 08:00 PM – Photo exhibition
We also like to invite you to stand together beside Rohingya and raise your voice against genocide, raise global awareness for justice and resettlement. We look forward to your presence at the photo exhibition and future collaboration. – Press release