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#MYCS2017 - The first ever Malaysian Youth Congress on Statelessness

It has only been just over a month since the successful conclusion of the inaugural Malaysian Youth Network on Statelessness 2017 (MYCS 2017) and…
/ Nandakumar NK and Gwendoline Esther Hay, Malaysian Youth Congress on Statelessness Delegates
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Mobilising to address statelessness in the Netherlands

It’s Friday night in Amsterdam and I’m on my way home after the UNHCR’s #iBelong campaign event and the spin-off event organised by ASKV Refugee…
/ Marlotte van Dael, ASKV Refugee Support
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Spotlight on childhood statelessness in Austria

Today, at a launch event in Vienna, DLA Piper, Diakonie Flüchtlingsdienst and the European Network on Statelessness (ENS) will publish a report that…
/ Nina Murray, European Network on Statelessness, Carolin Seifriedsberger, DLA Piper, and Esther Ludwig, Diakonie Flüchtlingsdienst
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No Child Should be Stateless in Austria

This new report by the European Network on Statelessness, DLA Piper, and Diakonie Fluchtlingsdienst sheds light on the issue of childhood…
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Event Announcement - No Child Should be Stateless in Austria

We are pleased to announce an event in Vienna on Thursday 27 July to launch a new joint ENS/DLA Piper/Diakonie report ‘No Child Should be Stateless…
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Barriers to citizenship facing stateless children born in the UK

Stateless children born in the UK have a right to register as British citizens after living here for a continuous period of five years. But various…
/ Solange Valdez-Symonds, PRCBC and Steve Valdez-Symonds, Amnesty International UK
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ENS Interview with Jean Lambert MEP

Jean Lambert is a British Member of the European Parliament and the Green Party. She has been a tireless supporter and advocate for the plight of…
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Under the radar: Mapping statelessness in Austria

Statelessness in Austria has been a hidden issue, with stateless people and the problems they face largely invisible. In an attempt to gain a…
/ Haleh Chahrokh, Senior Protection Assistant, UNHCR Austria and Birgit Einzenberger, Senior Protection Associate, UNHCR Austria
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Ending Statelessness arising out of Surrogacy in India: The Latest Developments

Studies estimate that surrogate mothers have given birth to more than 25,000 children in India, and about half of these children now live in the…
/ Sanoj Rajan, Dean of School of Law Ansal, University, India
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Sweden’s Temporary Asylum Laws: The Impending Problems for Stateless Refugees

In response to the large number of refugees entering Sweden in 2015, the government implemented a temporary asylum policy. Sweden’s Prime Minister,…
/ Jason Tucker, Postdoctoral researcher at Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (Malmö University)
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Using the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child to help protect children from statelessness in Serbia

(A version of this article was first published in the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion’s the  World's Stateless 2017 report.)
/ Vuk Raicevic, Legal Analyst, Praxis
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Risks of statelessness for children of undocumented parents in Europe

A version of this article was first published in the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion’s the World's Stateless 2017 report.
/ Lilana Keith, Advocacy Officer on Children’s Rights and Labour Rights at PICUM