Approximately 500,000 children (those under the age of 18 years) do not have access to education within the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. These children make up more than 50 percent of the Rohingya refugees. In June 2019, Amnesty International organized the “When I Grow Up” art camp with 160 Rohingya children from the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar. This was themed around their aspirations for the future and what careers they wished to pursue. The children’s works of art were then produced in a book and an exhibition in Dhaka, which brought together the Government of Bangladesh, donor agencies, representatives of the foreign missions in Bangladesh and the UN agencies. The art camp and the subsequent exhibition – both titled “When I Grow Up” – were the start to an ongoing campaign aimed at encouraging access to education for Rohingya children.