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FRA-ECtHR updated Handbook on European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration: Helping to implement fundamental rights safeguards

European law relating to asylum, borders and immigration is developing fast. The European Convention on Human Rights and European Union (EU) law both…
/ Andreina De Leo, Early Stage Researcher, Maastricht University Faculty of Law; former trainee at the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights
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ONLINE DEBATE: Using litigation to end statelessness

Join us for a unique online debate on the role of litigation in addressing statelessness to mark the launch of our new Statelessness Case Law…
15 July 2021 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
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Joint Submission to the Committee against Torture on the Netherlands

Joint Submission for the 72nd session of the Committee against Torture on the rights, liberty and security of stateless people, the prohibition of…
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Together We Can: The COVID-19 Impact on Stateless People & A Roadmap for Change Blog

New report on the impacts of coronavirus on stateless people lays out a roadmap for change

On 17 June 2021, the COVID-19 Emergency Statelessness Fund (CESF) Consortium will launch its 2021 Impact Report “Together We Can: The COVID-19 Impact…
/ Vera Karanika, Education and Programme Assistant at the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion
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Joint Submission to the Committee against Torture on Belgium

Joint Submission for the 71st session of the Committee against Torture on the rights of stateless persons and human rights challenges pertaining to…
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Statelessness among resettled Bhutanese refugees in Europe: An unresolved problem

As part of one of the largest refugee resettlement programmes of its kind, over 2,000 refugees from Bhutan have been resettled to Europe since 2007.…
/ Ram Karki, former President of the Bhutanese Community in the Netherlands, Coordinator of Bhutan Watch and Head of the Global Campaign for the Release of Political Prisoners in Bhutan
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A missed opportunity to address childhood statelessness in Poland

One of the most devastating characteristics of statelessness is that it affects millions of children across the globe. In countries like Poland,…
/ Katarzyna Przybysławska, Legal Aid Center - Halina Niec
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Adequate housing for stateless people is an essential stepping stone away from the margins of society

Regular readers of this blog are no doubt acutely aware of just how vulnerable stateless people can be to human rights abuses. Recently the right to…
/ Petr Baroch, Lawyer at the Organization for Aid to Refugees (OPU)
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‘Syria’s Palestinians: A new Nakba’

Palestinian refugees from Syria are among those most impacted by the country’s brutal 10-year conflict. A new report documents the secondary forced…
/ Tom Rollins, Independent researcher working on Syria and displacement
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We're recruiting a Policy & Advocacy Officer

The European Network on Statelessness is recruiting a Policy & Advocacy Officer to work at the forefront of one of the most pressing human rights…
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UK Home Office should seek to remove barriers faced by stateless children born in the UK rather than making it more difficult for them to acquire British citizenship

Following an online consultation on its "New Plan for Immigration", the UK Government needs to ensure that any proposed amendment to the…
/ Cynthia Orchard, ENS Individual member and Nina Murray, Head of Policy & Research at the European Network on Statelessness
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Submission to the UK Government Home Office Consultation on its ‘New Plan for Immigration’

ENS urges the UK Government to ensure that any proposed amendment to the statelessness provision in British Nationality law does not make it more…
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