How Burmese are fighting back against a murderous coup.
Sara Perria / @sara_perria
Independent journalist covering Southeast Asia
Sara Perria is an Anglo-Italian journalist. She has been covering Myanmar, as well as Southeast Asia, since 2015 and, prior to that, worked in Italy and London. She is currently writing for La Stampa and her words have appeared in the Financial Times, HuffPost, the Independent and others.
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Perria reports on what’s next for the refugee group and the paralysis of the
international community on the issue.
The mass exodus of Myanmar’s stateless Muslim
minority has been condemned as ethnic cleansing. Sara Perria visited Myanmar’s
Rakhine State, shortly before the military’s latest offensive, to investigate
how violence against Rohingya women is used as a weapon of war and how camps
for internally displaced persons risk becoming breeding grounds for abuse.
Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have recently crossed into Bangladesh in search of safety. Just weeks before the exodus, journalist Sara Perria went to Myanmar to understand the origins of the conflict, the complex
views around the minority group and the role of the international community in their aid.