Working together with stateless people
Nobody understands the impact of living without a nationality better than stateless people themselves. Yet the experiences of stateless people are rarely acknowledged by decision makers in the debates that affect their lives.
Ending statelessness is possible, but we cannot do it without the people affected by it
The absence of stateless people in the debates and decision-making processes is not due to a lack of willingness to speak out and be involved. We want stateless people to be empowered and have opportunities to deliver their own messages on what needs to change, both to decision makers and the wider public.
ENS works closely with people and communities affected by statelessness across our work, and our membership is increasingly growing to include community organisations and individuals affected by statelessness.
We take steps to make sure that we are accountable in the decisions we take and the work that we do, to the views and priorities of stateless people and communities in Europe.
I am not just a subject here, I am a part of this thing.
How to get involved
Our Community Group is open to people with experience of living without a nationality and representatives of communities impacted by statelessness.
If you would like to get involved in our broader work or join ENS as a member, please contact email@example.com.
If you need legal advice, please visit our dedicated webpage.
You can also visit statefree.world, the first ever digital platform for stateless people, created by our member and Trustee Christiana Bukalo with support from ENS.
ENS Community Group
Are you looking for a space where stateless people are the majority in the room? Our community group is open to people with experience of living without a nationality and representatives of communities impacted by statelessness.Learn more and join
Read our briefings, reports and other publications on working together with stateless people.