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We need to talk about the problem of citizenship

For the most part, the contemporary world is centred on the assumption that everyone has some form of citizenship. This creates problems for people…
/ Tendayi Bloom, Lecturer in Politics and International Studies, University of Birmingham, UK. Lindsey Kingston, Associate Professor of International Human Rights, Webster University, USA. Heather Steele, Deputy Academic Lead, Forum for Global Challenges
Paisaje Campamentos, Tindouf, Algeria. Blog

From colonial subjects to stateless refugees

The exact number of people who were forcibly displaced in the 1970s to the Tindouf refugee camps set up by the Algerian state is unknown, but…
/ Aminetou Errer Bouzeid, LEFRIG Project Coordinator and Social Worker
statfree.world Blog

Stuck in Morocco

How a failed trip to Morocco led to the creation of statefree.world platform, which provides a space for stateless people to share experiences and…
/ Christiana Bukalo, Founder of Statefree e.V.
First Group of Bhutanese Refugees arriving in The Netherlands on resettlement program Blog

Statelessness among resettled Bhutanese refugees in Europe: An unresolved problem

As part of one of the largest refugee resettlement programmes of its kind, over 2,000 refugees from Bhutan have been resettled to Europe since 2007.…
/ Ram Karki, former President of the Bhutanese Community in the Netherlands, Coordinator of Bhutan Watch and Head of the Global Campaign for the Release of Political Prisoners in Bhutan
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No Papers, No Prospects? Mapping Statelessness In the 21st Century

What causes statelessness? How can stateless people be protected? And can statelessness be eradicated?
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#HearItFromUs: Piloting an approach to promoting the voices of people affected by statelessness in Europe

One of the European Network on Statelessness’ key priorities is to improve how we work with people affected by statelessness to inform and deliver…
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Atlas of the Stateless Blog

Europe: Not yet a model for the world

The Old Continent – and the European Union in particular – likes to see itself as a model of democracy and human rights. But it is home to a…
/ Chris Nash, Director of the European Network on Statelessness
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Europe: Not yet a model for the world on protecting stateless people & ending statelessness

Director of the European Network on Statelessness (ENS) Chris Nash, explains why most European countries have no framework in place to effectively…
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On stateless activism and true engagement Blog

On stateless activism and true engagement

What opportunities are there for true engagement with those directly affected by statelessness in advocacy and research? Embracing stateless…
/ Haqqi Bahram, PHD Candidate at Linköping University, Sweden
How can the EU prevent childhood statelessness in the new Asylum and Migration Pact? Videos

How can the EU prevent childhood statelessness in the new Asylum & Migration Pact?

Watch Lynn Khatib, a stateless Palestinian refugee living in Sweden, give a compelling intervention to the European Parliament Intergroup on Children…
Ending statelessness is possible, but we cannot do it without the people affected Videos

Ending statelessness is possible, but we cannot do it without the people affected by it

Currently, more than half a million people are stateless in Europe. Nobody understands the impact of living without a nationality better than…
Christiana Bukalo Interviews

ENS interview - Christiana Bukalo

ENS caught up with Christiana Bukalo, an active ENS member and stateless person based in Germany who is developing a new website statefree.world. We…