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Go4Rohingya endorses a Human Rights ethos and supports the cultural paradigm of Human Rights.

Go4Rohingya is committed to the rule of law as an ideological tool for the Rohingya.

A.V Dicey’s definition of the rule of law is:


"that no man is punishable or can be lawfully made to suffer in bodily harm or goods except for distinct breach of law established in the ordinary legal manner before the ordinary courts of the land"


The definition presents the rule of law as a form of protection for those who chose to live under its authority. In contrast, Raz, ‘analogized the rule of law to a sharp knife - an efficient instrument and, in that nonmoral sense, "good," but equally serviceable in morally good and bad causes.’ This is demonstrated by history where, ‘Apartheid and even slavery have coexisted with the rule of law’.


The rule of law is a double-edged sword. The dual nature highlights that laws are dynamic and change over time to meet the needs of society. The importance of reason and applying sound understanding are fundamental to producing beneficial outcomes for the Rohingya; in Myanmar and around the world. 

Standing for Human Rights is standing for the Rohingya. 


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