Thank you for following ENS blog updates in 2018. This year has been as busy as ever, in great part thanks to our members and partners who've worked with us to help make real progress in getting statelessness higher up the agenda of governments as well as regional institutions such as the Council of Europe and the European Union.
We’ll be taking a short break, and are resuming our blog on the week of the 7th January. Meanwhile, we wish you all the best for 2019.
And in case you’ve missed them when they were first published, here are the three most read blogs from 2018.
- Hoti v. Croatia – a landmark decision by the European Court of Human Rights on residence rights of a stateless person
- The appalling mistreatment of a stateless human rights activist, barriers to British citizenship, and the power to bring change
- Citizenship deprivation: differential treatment or discrimination?