Situation assessment of statelessness, health, and COVID-19 in Europe


Our new report exposes specific challenges stateless people face as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic and responses needed to address them. 

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The European Network on Statelessness has been working with researchers from the Public Health Institute at Liverpool John Moores University (UK) and our members across Europe to better understand how statelessness intersects with health rights at this crucial time for global public health.

Our new research report Situation assessment of statelessness, health, and COVID-19 in Europe and accompanying policy briefing explore the issues faced by stateless people in accessing healthcare and the compounded impact of the pandemic. The report makes a series of recommendations, above all, that States must take action to guarantee the right to health of all on their territory, including stateless people, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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