It's been more than a year since almost a million Rohingya Muslims began to flee their homes, running from what the United Nations has called a "classic case of ethnic cleansing." Entire villages were burned, women were raped, and family members were brutally murdered. Most who managed to escape landed in crowded camps and settlements in Bangladesh.

Bangladeshi officials recently reached a deal with Myanmar's government to start sending refugees back to Myanmar. That was supposed to start this month, but after protests at refugee camps and from UN officials, the deal has been postponed.

Still, life in the camps is far from safe — with brutal and often deadly conditions.

Jim Braude was joined by Kel Kelly, founder and president of, and Paul English, co-founder of and a board member. The organization is working to combat the Rohingya ethnic cleansing and refugee crisis.