On Thursday, more than one million Rohingya refugees marked five years since they were violently driven out from Myanmar.
Most are still stuck in what's become the world's largest refugee camp in neighbouring Bangladesh.
They're demanding a safe and dignified return to their homeland, and a future for the thousands of children born in exile.
But their chances of going home any time soon are uncertain.
So, what future do they have?
Presenter: Tom Mcrae
Kyaw Win - Executive Director at Burma Human Rights Network.
Yasmin Ullah - Rohingya Human Rights Activist.
Tom Andrews - UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar.
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