The Rohingya genocide refers to the systematic persecution and violence inflicted upon the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar by the country's military and security forces, starting around 2016. The violence intensified in August 2017, leading to a mass exodus of Rohingya people fleeing to neighboring Bangladesh and other countries. This is a trailer for the documentary made by Nazda Alam after traveling to her homeland and witnessing the inhumane tragedy of Rohingya women and children.
As part of our mission, the Nazda Alam Foundation works to support human rights and civic education programming for schools and other community organizations that want to emphasize issues of human rights and the importance they hold in current and past events. We are privileged to present the documentary Rohingya: Atrocities Against Women to bring attention to the inhumane actions committed against Rohingya women and children. Our documentary format is ideal for presentation and discussion with students, faculty, staff, religious groups, civic centers, local community events, or any event, through virtually or in person. Nazda Alam can be a guest speaker showing this 20 minute documentary sharing her experience and expertise. Our 501(c)3 foundation asks for an in kind donation to present this important and educational information to your group.