ENS re-launches as an independent charity!


This week ENS was formally established as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, registered in the UK. When ENS was initially founded in June 2012, it was always anticipated that the Network should in due course set up with its own legal identity, and we are very pleased to announce that we have now been able to take this step thanks to recent fundraising success.

Along the way ENS has benefitted hugely from in-kind support from Asylum Aid (which hosted the Network) and its other five founding organisations – the Equal Rights Trust, Hungarian Helsinki Committee, Open Society Justice Initiative, Praxis Serbia and the Tilburg Statelessness Programme – but the time is now ripe for the Network to move forward with its own legal identity.

Further information about this exciting step is available in a Special Edition of the ENS Newsletter which also updates on other recent Network activities.

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