Condemn the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya

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"We call on investors to publicly declare their condemnation of the ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya and to commit to their protection."

Does the international business community approve of what is happening in Rakhine? Are they satisfied to extract oil and gas and minerals from Rakhine’s soil covered in Rohingya blood? Will they develop tourist resorts tomorrow on the beaches where today thousands of displaced families are huddled fearing for their lives? Can they, in good conscience, erect their factories and warehouses and office buildings on land from which innocent Rohingya have been driven out by horrific violence? When every dollar of investment they pump into Myanmar inoculates the government from censure, how can the international business community avoid the charge of willing complicity with genocide?

We call upon major corporations and investors to display moral leadership in this time of urgent need; to refuse partnership with a government actively engaged in ethnic cleansing, and to use their considerable influence to turn the regime away from the path of genocide.


We are addressing this petition all to corporations who are investing in Myanmar and will be sending it specifically to:

3M – USA
Bayer - Germany
Caterpillar - USA
Coca Cola – USA
DKSH - Switzerland
Ford – USA
GlaxoSmithKline - UK
H&M - Sweden
Huawei – China
Johnson & Johnson - USA
L’Oreal – France
Les Amis – Singapore
Marks and Spencer - UK
Marriott International - USA
Microsoft  – USA
MK Group – Thailand
Nestle  – Switzerland
PepsiCo – USA
Primark - UK
Procter & Gamble  – USA
Samsung – Korea
Telenor – Norway
Unilever - UK
Viettel – Vietnam
Virgin Group - UK
Ya Kun – Singapore

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Jamila Hanan
Director of the crowd sourced #WeAreAllRohingyaNow campaign