ENS blog will be taking a short summer break and will be back in September. In the meantime, ENS is developing an online database containing national, regional, and international jurisprudence addressing statelessness or related issues.
To significantly expand the database ahead of its intended publication and wider dissemination in 2021, we are seeking a consultant or consortia of consultants to research and identify European domestic jurisprudence on statelessness-related issues and produce case summaries. The deadline for expressions of interest is Monday 7 September at 10.00 (BST).
You can find more information about the project and details on how to express interest, outputs and selection criteria here. If you have any questions about this consultancy or would like more information about the project, please contact Patricia Cabral, ENS Legal Policy Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Working in partnership with migration, child protection and asylum actors to ensure the right to a nationality for children in migration