Strangers within Our Borders: Human (In)security in South Asia

Bina D’Costa

Kabita Chakma

April 5, 2011

UMass Boston

D'Costa and Chakma’s work focuses on Rohingya and Muslim refugees from Burma and the internally displaced people (IDPs) of the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. This talk highlights some of D'Costa and Chakma’s work with indigenous communities on issues of gender, displacement and peacebuilding within and across nations in South Asia.

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