I think we've seen incredible gains over the last 15 to 20 years in terms of inter-ethnic solidarity and coalition building, where many people from different backgrounds have come together on different themes, topics and campaigns, and that continues. I think the largest impact—and Kyaw Win can speak to this as well—is the incredible impact of the anti-Muslim sentiment that's been fomented over the decades.
We do see that many organizations are overcoming this, despite this poisoned environment. Organizations from other ethnic groups are speaking out in solidarity for the Rohingya and with Rohingya organizations. Certainly it is a very long road to travel in terms of looking at intercommunal harmony, particularly around Muslim issues, given the extent of the propaganda against them.