Voices from the Camps
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|Directed by||Hannan Majid|
|Edited by||Richard York|
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Voices from the Camps is a 2012 British documentary film directed by Hannan Majid and Richard York. The film explores the plight faced by ethnic Bihari people who have been forced to live in refugee camps in Bangladesh since the 1970s.
Voices From The Camps premiered at the East End Film Festival in June 2012.
- Persecution of Biharis in Bangladesh
- Stranded Pakistanis in Bangladesh
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