Blog Posts

The necessity of the moral corporate voice

From a Public Relations perspective, I can’t think of an easier way for a company to show its humanity than by condemning genocide and endorsing recommendations for a peaceful resolution in Myanmar. The United Nations, the official body representing international consensus has already characterised the situation in Rakhine state as a “textbook example of ethnic […]

Blog Posts

Corporate giants affirming support for Rohingya

An ongoing military operation in Rakhine state which the government claims targets militants, but which has caused at least 30% of the Rohingya civilian population to flee the country, and left possibly thousands dead; is raising ethical questions about foreign investment in a country accused of committing genocide. The #WeAreAllRohingyaNow Campaign, an initiative by independent […]

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#DumpDigi to stand with the Rohingya

The #WeAreAllRohingnyaNow Campaign has begun calling upon Malaysian customers of Digi to switch their service provider to any of the local companies in protest against Digi’s parent company Telenor over their stubborn silence on the Rohingya genocide in Myanmar, where Telenor is heavily invested. The campaign has been reaching out to the Norwegian telecom company […]

Press Releases

Rohingya campaign launches Social Impact Stock Advisory, downgrades Telenor.

Press Release. 14th July 2017 Investors must consider a company’s stance on human rights when evaluating the value of a stock. This is the basic argument offered by a Rohingya rights campaign in a letter to leading analysts. #WeAreAllRohingyaNow is a campaign by independent activists reaching out to the private sector for support against the […]

Open Letters

Unilever, Myanmar and the Rohingya Genocide

An Open Letter to Unilever CEO Paul Polman 20th February, 2017 Dear Paul, Your willingness to listen and share your thoughts with us means a lot, not just to me, but to hundreds of concerned activists involved in the #WeAreAllRohingyaNow campaign. We would like to know if you have read the recent UN flash report […]