Abstract

This research would look into predicaments of life in dire vulnerabilities as that of statelessness, yet a life that is resilient, holds through and survives. It wishes to unveil the exclusion, counter resistance and self-resilience of stateless Rohingya refugees fleeing persecution in Myanmar, that although had emanated as a post-colonial fallout between Myanmar-Bangladesh-India, is now a widely discussed global and transnational phenomenon. The writeup will focus on the experiences of Rohingyas in camps of Bangladesh and India, and explore their survival strategies, economic activities and how they build kinship ties and networks across continents, for instance in Europe.

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