Report by Aseera Shamin, National University of Singapore The Rohingya are not just the victims of a military genocide. They are active victims of a cultural genocide as well. There is a brutal ongoing campaign of erasing all aspects of Rohingya culture and history connected to their ancestral homeland and their civic participation in Burma […]
Introduction The Rohingya Project is a grassroots initiative to uplift and empower the stateless and financially excluded Rohingya people by creating a secure and transparent digital ecosystem. The R-Academy is a new initiative under the Rohingya Project which aims to provide Rohingya people with skills that they would find applicable and necessary in their lives.
Report: Building Social Infrastructure and Identity for Refugees and the Stateless – Elliott Prasse-Freeman
ABSTRACT The report provides an assessment of a pilot project led by the Rohingya Project (RP), a Malaysia-based refugee-led non-profit social enterprise. The pilot has entailed the valorization and circulation of a blockchain-backed crypto-token called “R-Coin” (short for Refugee-Coin) to 35 participating refugee volunteers. R-Coins were distributed to refugees upon completion of voluntary community-based social
SYNOPSIS This report provides a feasibility assessment for The Rohingya Project (TRP) proposal to create self-sovereign digital identities for the stateless Rohingya diaspora, so as to facilitate financial inclusion and other opportunities otherwise unavailable to those without a nation and associated entitlements conferred on citizens of a state. The report first reviews the structural architecture