Our Works

We have been working on serious issues like violation of human rights and climate change since the day we started giving our support to international news channels and media houses. We have worked exclusively on Rohingya issues. From the early days of the brutal crackdown by the Myanmar military, we have been on the ground in cox’s Bazar Bangladesh to help the international community to bring the real news from the site. Besides that, we have given support to the production houses which are not based in Bangladesh in offshore filming during this pandemic situation.

 

If global temperatures rise three degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, the results would be catastrophic. It’s an entirely plausible scenario, and this film shows you what it would look like.

Rohingya refugees describe the horror they left behind. Reports from the refugees who have spoken of burned villages, mass shootings and much worse.

 

Earthrise looks at ways of healing one of the silent and often forgotten casualties of war – the environment. In conflict, one of the silent and forgotten casualties is often the environment.

Bangladesh Prime Minister accuses Myanmar’s government of “atrocities”, urging the country to take back Rohingya Muslims who have been fleeing over the border.

A new wave of up to 15 thousand Rohingya refugees have crossed the border from their homes in Myanmar to seek refuge in the makeshift camps inside Bangladesh. 

 

Channel 4 News went to Bangladesh’s largest refugee camp to see the conditions that greet those fleeing Myanmar. More than 500,000 Rohingya Muslims have now fled Myanmar

 

Protesters have returned to the streets in Myanmar, despite yesterday’s violence in which 38 people died. The mostly Muslim Rohingya suffered greatly under Aung San Suu Kyi’s government. 

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