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When the Subaltern Speaks Online: Stateless Advocacy through the Post-Pandemic Digital Space

This blog was first published by the University of Melbourne's Critical Statelessness Studies Blog in August 2022. We are re-posting it now to…
/ Joe Poladoghly, Stateless Writer and Master’s student in Human Rights and Democratisation from Lebanon
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EVENT: Improving protection for stateless refugees

On Thursday 27 October (13:30-20:00 CEST) we're launching our #StatelessJourneys campaign and hosting a discussion on how Europe can improve…
27 September 2022 13:30 - 20:00 CEST
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VACANCY: Campaigns & Community Engagement Coordinator

ENS is seeking a Campaigns & Community Engagement Coordinator to play a key role in enabling ENS to fulfil its mission to end statelessness in…
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ENS joins Taskforce on new Global Alliance to End Statelessness

At the start of this month, our Director Chris Nash represented ENS at the first meeting of a Taskforce established by UNHCR to advise on the…
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Our blog – 10 years on and changes ahead…

It's been 10 years since we launched our blog. Since then we have published over 450 blogs written by 257 different authors. In total, the blogs have…
/ Jan Brulc, European Network on Statelessness
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Blog Summer Break

We are celebrating 10 years of the ENS blog. Thank you for your following, sharing and contributing to this body of work! As we review the past 10…
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Children born in the largest refugee camp in the world teach us what being stateless means to them

From being born without a State in the world's largest refugee camp to struggling to gain nationality in diaspora communities, statelessness has…
/ Sirazul Islam, Youth Director of British Rohingya Community UK (BRC)
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Might a ‘victory for human rights’ in the Netherlands benefit stateless children in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA): possible applications of Zhao v the Netherlands

Can strategic litigation help end childhood statelessness in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)? And could the outcomes of strategic litigation…
/ Yoana Kuzmova, Visiting Assistant Professor and Interim Director at Boston University’s International Human Rights Clinic & Thomas McGee, PhD Researcher at the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness (both members of the MENA Statelessness Network, Hawiati
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Preventing and solving statelessness in European law

Within the member states of the Council of Europe and the European Union, much remains to be done to address statelessness. While the laws created by…
/ Caia Vlieks, Research & Education Officer, Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion
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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 42nd Session of the Universal Periodic Review – Switzerland

This joint submission to the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Switzerland was submitted by humanrights.ch, the Institute on Statelessness and…
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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 42nd Session of the Universal Periodic Review – Czech Republic

This joint submission to the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on the Czech Republic was submitted by the Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU), the…
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Briefing: Palestinians and the search for protection as refugees and stateless persons in Europe

This briefing offers a succinct summary of key issues faced by Palestinians when seeking protection and recommendations to different actors in Europe…
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