Buildings of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Kirchberg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, in November 2006 with flags of the then 25 member states in the foreground. To the right is Anneau building, which encircles the Ancien Palais building. In the centre background is the Thomas More building. News

ECJ Advocate-General Opinion on Palestinian Refugees: A Step in the Right Direction

ENS welcomes the opinion issued by Advocate-General Emiliou of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) as a step in the right direction to addressing and…
Blog

The Americas, lessons learned from two convergent processes

A decade after the launch of UNHCR’s #IBelong Campaign and Brazil’s 2014 Plan of Action, the Americas have undergone some transformative developments…
/ Francisco Quintana, Founder of the Americas Network on Nationality and Statelessness, Advocate, and Human Rights Expert on Latin America and the Caribbean
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Joint submission on Serbia to the Human Rights Committee

Praxis and the European Network on Statelessness made a joint submission to the Human Rights Committee for the 140th Session, focusing the right to a…
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Meeting in Copenhagen to discuss statelessness in Denmark, organised by ENS, ABCD and DRC News

After a decade without nationality, Bhutanese community in Denmark continues their fight for citizenship rights

A joint meeting organised by ENS, Danish Refugee Council and the Association of Bhutanese Communities in Denmark highlighted the struggles faced by…
Participant at the 2022 Internet Governance Forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Photo by José Arraiza. Blog

Will Digital ID help Stateless People? The Threat of Digital Administrative Violence

The rise of digital ID systems presents opportunities and risks for stateless people. While developing nations adopt digital IDs, those without…
/ José María Arraiza, Independent Scholar
ECHR Blog

Surrogacy Arrangements: Can Article 8 of the ECHR Combat Child Statelessness?

On 31 August 2023, in the case of C. v. Italy, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) delivered a judgment concerning a four-year-old child born…
/ Giulia Bittoni, Lawyer Linguist, Court of Justice of the European Union
Speakers Videos

How law firms are contributing to the fight to end statelessness in Europe

To celebrate Pro Bono Week 2023, this video showcases the impactful contributions of our pro bono partners in the fight against statelessness in…
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webinar Videos

WEBINAR: ‘Credibility Undermined’– Challenges Faced by Stateless Asylum Seekers in the UK

On Wednesday 11th October, we launched a new research report exploring the experiences of stateless Kurds from Syria in the UK asylum process.
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France Blog

French Administrative Supreme Court rejected a stateless status application from a Sahrawi applicant

France's highest administrative court has denied statelessness status to a Sahrawi-born individual residing in the country since 2013. The decision,…
/ Maëliss GUILLAUD, Esq. Immigration and Asylum Attorney, New York Bar and French (Lille) Bar
Panel Editorial

Our statelessness conference in Madrid – what we learned, and what's next?

The team and I are still buzzing after being with such a diverse group of inspiring people at the ENS and Fundación Cepaim conference ‘Addressing…
/ Chris Nash, Director, European Network on Statelessness
Madrid Publications

Statement to Spain's Presidency of the European Union on Addressing Statelessness in Europe

This public statement to Spain’s upcoming Presidency of the European Union outlines recommendations on key action needed to address statelessness in…
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Statelessness and the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum: Updated Analysis and Recommendations

We are publishing a new briefing ahead of the upcoming trilogue negotiations on the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum. These provide an opportunity to…
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