Since the beginning of Rohingya influx in Bangladesh, CPJ has been playing a vibrant role for justice and accountability for rohingya refugees in Bangladesh through organising various national and international conferences, seminars and public lectures. CPJ co-organized an international conference on Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Towards Sustainable Solutions; and an international seminar on Accountability: The international Criminal Court and the Rohingya Crisis with ActionAid Bangladesh and the Center for Genocide Studies of Dhaka University. CPJ is also a co-signatory of Amicus Curiae Observation to the International Criminal Court on behalf of Bangladeshi Non-Governmental Representatives. CPJ has supported the International Criminal Court in VPRS form submission on behalf of rohingya communities in Bangladesh.
CPJ in partnership with International Institute for Social Studies (ISS) and Asia Justice Coalition (AJC) convened an International Conclave on Justice and Accountability for the Rohingya on 18 October 2019. The Conclave was hosted in The Hague, The Netherlands by the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University Rotterdam. Canada’s Special Envoy to Myanmar, Bob Rae, and Gambia Justice Minister Mr. Abubacarr Marie Tambadou presented their key note speech in the conclave.
To raise rohingya voice, CPJ in partnership with Centre for Genocide Studies organised a panel discussion on ‘Rohingya –The Need for Justice and Rights in Rakhine’ on 18th February 2019.