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Country information for stateless people fleeing Ukraine

This series of briefings provides country-specific information for stateless people and those at risk of statelessness fleeing Ukraine.
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Ukrainian refugees crossing the border into Poland. Photo: Mirek Pruchnicki; Creative Commons Editorial

Amidst the unspeakable awfulness of the conflict in Ukraine we should not forget the particular protection needs of stateless people

As the number of refugees fleeing Ukraine nears two million, we and our members on the ground have been mobilising to try to get a handle on the…
/ Chris Nash, Director of the European Network on Statelessness
Photo by Dorin Seremet on Unsplash Publications

Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council on Moldova

Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 40th Session of the Universal Periodic Review regarding Moldova
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Joint steps to end statelessness in the Commonwealth of Independent States

It is estimated that statelessness affects millions of people worldwide, including nearly 200,000 in the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States)…
/ Zoya Golovneva, Protection Associate - UNHCR Representation in the Republic of Belarus
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Using the #StatelessnessINDEX to raise awareness and enhance legal assistance in Moldova

Law Center of Advocates (LCA) is a public association founded in 1997. Our mission is to implement projects and programs aimed at promoting the Rule…
/ Oleg Palii - Executive Director, Law Center of Advocates
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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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Access to protection: promising newcomers?

“We might give you protection, but you might not be allowed to stay here until we decide”. Sounds absurd, right? Yet the right to remain on the…
/ Gabor Gyulai