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Will Malta’s accession to the 1954 Convention help change a culture of ‘outright exclusion’ of stateless persons?

Malta finally acceded to the 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons on 11 December 2019 after numerous calls from civil society…
/ Jo Venkov - Lawyer and writer on statelessness, identity, citizenship and belonging
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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…
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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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Let’s talk about the army

How is the army relevant to statelessness? Conscription, a compulsory participation of citizens in their states’ military, still exists in over 60…
/ Katja Swider, University of Amsterdam
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"Everyone has the right to a nationality!"

European Network on Statelessness is committed to ending statelessness and ensuring that the estimated 600,000 people living in Europe without a…
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Access to Citizenship and its Impact on Integration: Growing attention on the role of the European Union in tackling statelessness?

Last Friday saw an event in Brussels organised by the Migration Policy Group (MPG) to present EUDO CITIZENSHIP’s latest research as part of an EU-…
/ Chris Nash, International Protection Policy Coordinator at Asylum Aid