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The situation of stateless persons in Ukraine: is there light at the end of the tunnel?

“I am not a criminal. I am an educated person, I must have more rights. This detention looks like criminal detention but I am not a criminal”.
/ Ostap Tymchiy, Advocate, Expert on migration at The Right to Protection in partnership with HIAS
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Consultation submission on the proposed statute law for a statelessness determination procedure in the Netherlands

Joint submission by ASKV/Refugee Support and the European Network on Statelessness as part of the consultation to the proposed statute law for a…
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Counting down the days in detention: the situation of stateless persons in Bulgaria

Tarek, a stateless person originating from Afghanistan, is counting down the days till 27 November. It's when he will have spent 18 months in…
/ Dr. Valeria Ilareva, Foundation for Access to Rights - FAR
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Facing a lifetime of uncertainty: Protecting stateless persons from arbitrary detention in the UK

“There are no human rights in the United Kingdom”, said Yassin, a stateless Bidoon from Kuwait in his late twenties. He came to the UK in 2007 to…
/ Katia Bianchini, ENS researcher & Max Planck Institute for Religious Studies and Ethnic Diversity (Goettingen, Germany)
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Bulgaria is introducing a statelessness determination procedure. Or is it?

On the surface, yes, Bulgaria is for the first time introducing a statelessness determination procedure in its national legislation. But scratch a…
/ Dr. Valeria Ilareva, Foundation for Access to Rights - FAR
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Ireland’s ad-hoc approach is failing stateless persons: Dublin seminar highlights shortfalls and need for formal procedures

In December 2015, the Council of the European Union’s Conclusions on Statelessness invited the European Commission to launch exchanges of good…
/ Catherine Cosgrave, Legal Services Manager, Immigrant Council of Ireland