The Lhotshampa community of Bhutan suffered a predicament rife with hardships and oppression, their suffering draws many parallels to the Rohingya of Myanmar.
Former Prime Minister of Bhutan: “We are economic animals, surviving in a marketplace.”
BRUSSELS --- In 1972, the fourth King of Bhutan, Jigme Singye Wangchuck, thought that conventional development indicators such as gross domestic product focused too much on materialistic needs. He wanted a more holistic approach for development and progress, taking into account non-economic aspects of well-being as well. And so, he