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Reflections from our UK childhood statelessness project as the toxic Nationality and Borders Act 2022 passes into law

To the dismay of many in the UK but especially civil society, last week, the Nationality and Borders Act 2022 crossed the final line and came into…
/ Andie Lambe, Independent Consultant for ENS – Childhood Statelessness in the UK & Nina Murray, Head of Policy & Research, ENS
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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 41st Session of the Universal Periodic Review – United Kingdom

This joint submission to the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on the United Kingdom, was submitted by Asylum Aid, Liverpool Law Clinic, Roma Support…
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UK Supreme Court News

UK Supreme Court finds that setting high fees for registration of children as British citizens is not unlawful

On 2 February 2022, the UK Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the case PRCBC & O v SSHD [2022] UKSC 3, finding that setting high and…
Marcin Nowak Publications

Nationality & Borders Bill Briefing for House of Lords Committee Stage

This briefing concerns Clause 9 ‘deprivation of citizenship’ and Clause 10 ‘stateless minors’ of Part 1 (Nationality) of the Nationality &…
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Levi Meir Clancy Blog

Expert opinion: How the Netherlands, France and the UK are leaving children stranded at risk of statelessness in Iraq and Syria

Thousands of children associated with alleged ‘foreign fighters’ have been detained in Iraq and Syria since the territorial fall of the Islamic State…
/ Professor René DeGroot (Professor emeritus, Maastricht University), Philomène Franssen (Independent consultant), Alison Harvey (Barrister at No5 Chambers) and Dr Rachel Pougnet (University of Bristol)
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Joint submission to the UK House of Commons Public Bill Committee: Nationality & Borders Bill

This joint submission by the European Network on Statelessness (ENS), the Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC), and…
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WEBINAR: Childhood statelessness in the UK & the upcoming Nationality and Borders Bill

On 9 Sep 2021 the European Network on Statelessness hosted a panel of child rights and statelessness experts, to discuss the changes in the upcoming…
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Invisible Kids Report, July 2021 Events

Childhood statelessness in the UK & the upcoming Nationality and Borders Bill

The European Network on Statelessness is hosting a panel of child rights and statelessness experts, to discuss the changes in the upcoming…
09 September 2021 12:00 - 13:00 CEST
Collaboration between academics and non-profits can help protect citizenship rights Blog

Collaboration between academics and non-profits can help protect citizenship rights

Building bridges between academia and non-profit organisations through partnerships is a critical tool to protect the ‘right to have rights’. These…
/ Dr Rachel Pougnet, Senior Research Associate at the University of Bristol
Chinatown, Manchester Blog

Statusless and Stateless Chinese Migrants in the UK

This blog was first published by Border Criminologies in April 2021. We are re-posting it now to highlight the issues raised.
/ Siyu Luo, Doctoral Candidate in Criminology at the University of Manchester, UK.
UK Parliament Editorial

Will the new Nationality and Borders Bill increase childhood statelessness in the UK?

Statelessness is one of the least understood aspects of the myriad of immigration and citizenship issues in the UK. Few people are aware of it, fewer…
/ Andie Lambe - Independent Consultant for ENS - Childhood Statelessness in the UK
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Invisible Kids: Childhood statelessness in the UK

Childhood statelessness in the UK is not currently adequately understood by government officials, legal practitioners, judges, politicians, policy…
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