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'The talented poets living in the world's largest refugee camp'

Posted 1st August 2019

The fact that we received such high-quality poetry from people who are experiencing such hardships is remarkable, says Byrne. It's impossible to imagine what atrocities all the poets have been through and continue to go through every day, Doja adds. I have always believed that poetry has the power to make great changes and behind [I Am a Rohingya] is a desire for the world to listen and empathise.

Jade Cuttle reviews I am a Rohingya in the Daily Telegraph.

'The talented poets living in the world's largest refugee camp'