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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 39th Session of the Universal Periodic Review - Hungary

This joint submission to the 39th Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Hungary, was submitted by the European Network on Statelessness, the Institute…
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'Awaiting' - Stateless lives in Hungary

In 2007, Hungary was the world’s fifth country to introduce a statelessness determination procedure and protection status for those identified as…
/ Anikó Bakonyi (Senior Programme Officer, Hungarian Helsinki Committee) and Gábor Gyulai (Refugee Programme Director, Hungarian Helsinki Committee and ENS Board Member)
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Sudita Keita v. Hungary – another landmark ruling from Strasbourg on the right to private and family life of stateless people

This week, in the case of Sudita Keita v. Hungary, the European Court of Human Rights found a violation of Article 8 of the European Convention on…
/ Patrícia Cabral, Legal Policy Officer at the European Network on Statelessness
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Joint Submission on the right of every child to acquire a nationality under Article 7 UNCRC - Hungary

This joint submission by the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, Hungarian Helsinki Committee and the European Network on Statelessness…
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The Black Box of Nationality – Testing refugees’ and stateless persons’ facilitated access to nationality through the example of Hungary

Refugees and stateless persons have “more right” than others to the nationality of the country where they live. At least, this is what international…
/ Gabor Gyulai, Director of the Refugee Programme at the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, and a Trustee and President of the European Network on Statelessness
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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 25th Session of the Universal Periodic Review - Hungary

This submission to the the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in relation to Hungary was made by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, European Network on…
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Hungarian Constitutional Court declares that lawful stay requirement in statelessness determination breaches international law

Until now, only lawfully staying persons could initiate a statelessness determination procedure in Hungary. After nearly eight years of struggle…
/ Gábor Gyulai, Refugee Programme Coordinator at the Hungarian Helsinki Committee
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Nationality Unknown? Promising steps, but still a risk of statelessness at birth in Hungary

Hungary is a state party to all statelessness-related international conventions, and as one of the few states in the world to operate a specific…
/ Gábor Gyulai, Hungarian Helsinki Committee, Chair of the ENS Steering Committee
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A Government Approach to Moving Statelessness Forward on the International Agenda

The last ENS blog entry dealt with the emergence of the issue of statelessness on the international agenda. Following this approach my contribution…
/ Dr. Tamás MOLNÁR - Head of Unit for Migration, Asylum and Border Management, Hungarian Ministry of Interior
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Protecting Stateless Palestinian Refugees – The EU Court of Justice opens a new chapter

The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) advocates for the creation of statelessness-specific protection regimes all over Europe. Where such…
/ Gábor Gyulai, Refugee Programme Coordinator, Hungarian Helsinki Committee
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Because quality matters - in statelessness determination as well

ENS: Ms. Ambrus, quality assurance in administrative proceedings, as well as dedicated statelessness determination procedures are new issues in…
/ Alajos Lángi