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HRC Oral Statement on the human rights situation of the Rohingya people in Myanmar « FORUM-ASIA
I got permission to go back home, but not with the baby. China is grappling with a severe gender imbalance; the percentage of the population who are women has fallen every year since That means millions of men are now unable to find a wife, and there has been a rise in trafficking across the borders of neighbouring, poorer nations. Many of the Kachin women are trafficked out of Myanmar by their relatives, friends or people they trust; in one case a woman was betrayed by someone from her bible study class. They are often promised jobs across the border in China, and discover only after they cross over that they have been sold into sexual slavery. Over three years, HRW spoke to nearly 40 victims who had escaped, or been allowed to leave but without their children, many still struggling to deal with the emotional impact. A year ceasefire ended in , and the renewed conflict has displaced more than , people and left many struggling to survive.
Frontier is building a membership programme. Sign up here for updates. Cases that are publicised are contributing to breaking the silence about an evil that society appears to not want to acknowledge. Unfortunately, the media coverage of such cases sometimes shows no respect for ethical standards and the result is insensitive stories that violate the privacy and the dignity of the victim and expose him or her to further stigmatisation. The sexual abuse of children is occurring across the country and involves boys as well as girls.
Updated March 22, Seng Moon was 16 when she was trafficked from Myanmar's Kachin State to south-western China and sold to a Chinese family as a bride. Her family back in Myanmar had been living in a camp for internally displaced people after fleeing the fighting between Myanmar's Government and the Kachin Independence Army , which broke out in The now year-old recalled her sister-in-law telling her at the time that she knew of a job as a cook in the neighbouring Yunnan province in China, and that the wage was much more than she could ever earn in the camp.