VIDEO: The Complete History of the Rohingya Crisis fabulous_pomegranateFaringdon Community College | United Kingdom 02 October 2018 Comments (14) Olivia @ Topical Talk 02 Oct 2018 Hi Fabulous pomegranate! This is a really interesting and hard hitting explanation of what's gone on over the last few years. I awarded you a star for your unique use of the storytelling skill; the video is very effective at getting your message across. A couple of questions 1. You marked this as Final piece, but I think this is a discussion starter rather than you last piece of work on this topic. Am I right? I can change it back if not. 2. Where did you do your research? Please provide a link to your source! 3. What do you think will happen next? Reply to this comment fabulous_pomegranate | Faringdon Community College | United Kingdom Olivia @ Topical Talk's comment 02 Oct 2018 Hi Olivia! Thank you for the star! I have answers to a few of your questions. 1) I mainly marked this as a final piece because I didn't know how much discussion would come from it, as it is mainly factual and not incredibly stimulating for questions or opinions. However, as it is not going to be my final piece, I think it is probably best suited as a discussion starter. 2) I did my research on many sites, such as https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-41566561 and https://www.unicef.org/emergencies/bangladesh_100945.html as well as the many Wikipedia sites on the subject for specific dates. 3) Unfortunately, since the crisis is nearing its fourth year, I doubt much will be done to help the crisis, even though places like UNICEF are running many donation sites for the children that are in trouble due to the persecution. Donating to help save the lives of many children after they have fled Myanmar will always help, but children and adults will always have to flee the country, mainly because it is incredibly hard to completely change the mindset of a very large group of people who are persecuting the Rohingya muslims. Reply to this comment nice_journalist | St Edward's Catholic Primary School 02 Oct 2018 Well done fabulous pomegranate like Olivia said it really unique and enjoyable I love your sense of art and knowledge Reply to this comment impartial_ostrich | Boutcher C of E Primary School A | United Kingdom 03 Oct 2018 wow that video sure is good but the Rohingya history sure is sad Reply to this comment benevolent_solution | Ormiston Bushfield Academy A | United Kingdom 04 Oct 2018 Wow! That is certainly a very thought through and well executed piece of work. I felt very touched and horrified at some of the horrible thinks done to the Rohingya. Well done! However, where did you find these facts. Are you sure that they are all reliable? Could you tell me where you got your information as I would love to find out more facts like these! Reply to this comment fabulous_pomegranate | Faringdon Community College | United Kingdom benevolent_solution's comment 04 Oct 2018 The general facts about the Rohingya people came from the BBC and UNICEF, while specific facts came from places such as https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/05/01/thailand-mass-graves-rohingya-found-trafficking-camp, which is the Human Rights Watch website, who write a lot about human rights violations and illegal ongoings in different countries. There is another article about the mass graves on the BBC if you wish to read it. The BBC has been closely following the Rohingya crisis since 2015 and have a lot of information which can be found quite easily. Reply to this comment benevolent_solution | Ormiston Bushfield Academy A | United Kingdom fabulous_pomegranate's comment 05 Oct 2018 Thank you very much! 😁 Reply to this comment charismatic_chameleon | Streatham Wells Primary School 04 Oct 2018 That is terrible news, my eyes started watering! Reply to this comment methodical_engine | Weston Favell Academy | United Kingdom 07 Oct 2018 why don't I get stars ??? :( Reply to this comment Olivia @ Topical Talk methodical_engine's comment 08 Oct 2018 Hi methodical_engine. Keep trying! You can read some top tips here: https://www.burnetnewsclub.com/issues/myanmar/the-discussion/how-win-stars-hub/ Reply to this comment unique_cat | Ben Jonson Primary School 08 Oct 2018 Wish I got stars ⭐️ 😿 Reply to this comment unique_cat | Ben Jonson Primary School 08 Oct 2018 Fabulous piece pomegranate. 😺 Reply to this comment independent_violin | Bruche Primary School | United Kingdom 09 Oct 2018 well done i enjoyed it. Reply to this comment magnificent_anteater | Boutcher C of E Primary School A | United Kingdom 09 Oct 2018 The government are doing absolutely nothing to help this crisis, they are just sitting in chairs and getting paid for doing nothing ! Reply to this comment You must be logged in with Student Hub access to post a comment. Sign up now!