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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 37th Session of the Universal Periodic Review - Austria

This submission to the 37th Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on the right to a nationality and human rights challenges related to statelessness in…
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Statelessness: A blind spot on Austria’s human rights record

Austria is often praised by its official representatives as a model country concerning human rights protection, with a positive record on…
/ Leonhard Call, independent human rights consultant
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Mr Bilali and the uncertain country of origin – statelessness and subsidiary protection in the CJEU case of Bilali C-720/17

What does the case of Bilali in the Court of Justice of the European Union tell us about the responsibility of states to deal appropriately and…
/ Jo Venkov, Lawyer and writer on statelessness, identity, citizenship and belonging
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Spotlight on childhood statelessness in Austria

Today, at a launch event in Vienna, DLA Piper, Diakonie Flüchtlingsdienst and the European Network on Statelessness (ENS) will publish a report that…
/ Nina Murray, European Network on Statelessness, Carolin Seifriedsberger, DLA Piper, and Esther Ludwig, Diakonie Flüchtlingsdienst
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No Child Should be Stateless in Austria

This new report by the European Network on Statelessness, DLA Piper, and Diakonie Fluchtlingsdienst sheds light on the issue of childhood…
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Event Announcement - No Child Should be Stateless in Austria

We are pleased to announce an event in Vienna on Thursday 27 July to launch a new joint ENS/DLA Piper/Diakonie report ‘No Child Should be Stateless…
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Under the radar: Mapping statelessness in Austria

Statelessness in Austria has been a hidden issue, with stateless people and the problems they face largely invisible. In an attempt to gain a…
/ Haleh Chahrokh, Senior Protection Assistant, UNHCR Austria and Birgit Einzenberger, Senior Protection Associate, UNHCR Austria