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ECtHR declares application inadmissible in Dabetić v. Italy because the applicant was recognised as stateless

On 17 November 2022, the European Court of Human Rights declared the application in Dabetić v Italy inadmissible. It found that the applicant was no…
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Submissions to the Human Rights Council at the 34th Session of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR)

ENS makes submissions to the Human Rights Council both independently and in collaboration with our members and partners. These submissions were made…
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Shining a light on devastating effects of statelessness on those living without nationality in Slovenia

The Peace Institute – Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies (PI) is a Slovenian private, independent, non-profit research…
/ Katarina Vučko, The Peace Institute
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#StatelessKids in Slovenia – The Peace Institute and ENS Youth Ambassadors show innovation is key when speaking about statelessness to new audiences

As part of a push to end childhood statelessness in Europe, ENS organised a region-wide campaign #StatelessKids to raise awareness and promote…
/ Katarina Vučko (Peace Institute Slovenia); Sara Horvat, Nina Markovič, Sara Bagari (ENS Youth Ambassadors)
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Ending Childhood Statelessness: A Study on Slovenia

The objective of this research, conducted within the European Network on Statelessness campaign “None of Europe’s Children should be Stateless", is…
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European Pro Bono Award and its implications for statelessness

Last week the Peace Institute Slovenia (a member of the European Network on Statelessness) along with the Italian attorneys Andrea Saccucci and Anton…
/ Dr. Neža Kogovšek Šalamon, Peace Institute Director
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Victory for Slovenia's "erased citizens" at the European Court of Human Rights

Almost exactly 21 years ago – on 25 June 1991 – Slovenia declared independence from Yugoslavia. After this momentous event a period of transitional…
/ Sebastian Kohn