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Litigating for the stateless – a bumpy, but steady road upwards

Ever wonder why there are so few cases on statelessness before international supervisory bodies and regional courts? The task of browsing through…
/ Maxim Ferschtman is Senior Legal Adviser on equality and citizenship at the Open Society Justice Initiative
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More than a photo op – an opportunity for advocacy with governments on accession

Complaints about the low number of States that are party to the UN statelessness conventions have been a constant feature of international…
/ Mark Manly, Senior Legal Coordinator (Statelessness) for UNHCR
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A Government Approach to Moving Statelessness Forward on the International Agenda

The last ENS blog entry dealt with the emergence of the issue of statelessness on the international agenda. Following this approach my contribution…
/ Dr. Tamás MOLNÁR - Head of Unit for Migration, Asylum and Border Management, Hungarian Ministry of Interior
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Engaging the Human Rights World on Statelessness

2013 has crept up on us as all New Years do; too soon, with too much work undone and with too many problems of the previous year left unresolved.…
/ Amal de Chickera