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Nationality & Borders Bill Briefing for House of Lords Committee Stage

This briefing concerns Clause 9 ‘deprivation of citizenship’ and Clause 10 ‘stateless minors’ of Part 1 (Nationality) of the Nationality &…
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Are parents of foundlings really “unknown”? - Avoiding statelessness under international nationality law

In popular understanding around the world, “foundlings” are often imagined as abandoned babies found outside churches. In practice, this limited…
/ Mai Kaneko-Iwase, PhD (Law), Researcher, Faculty of Law, Maastricht University, the Netherlands*
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Why Europe needs to work with other regions to find creative solutions to birth registration and documentation of children born in conflict zones

European States and regional institutions need to step-up and commit to clear actions to protect the rights of all children to a legal identity and…
/ Alison Huyghe, Policy & Advocacy Officer, The European Network on Statelessness
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The Statelessness Case Law Database: LGBTQ+ families, surrogacy and the legal identity of unsanctioned babies

The new ENS Statelessness Case Law Database offers a lens through which we can observe how European laws deal with the reality of statelessness. In…
/ Katja Swider ENS Member, Assistant Professor of Migration Law at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Joint submission to the UK House of Commons Public Bill Committee: Nationality & Borders Bill

This joint submission by the European Network on Statelessness (ENS), the Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC), and…
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WEBINAR: Childhood statelessness in the UK & the upcoming Nationality and Borders Bill

On 9 Sep 2021 the European Network on Statelessness hosted a panel of child rights and statelessness experts, to discuss the changes in the upcoming…
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Childhood statelessness in the UK & the upcoming Nationality and Borders Bill

The European Network on Statelessness is hosting a panel of child rights and statelessness experts, to discuss the changes in the upcoming…
09 September 2021 12:00 - 13:00 CEST
UK Parliament Editorial

Will the new Nationality and Borders Bill increase childhood statelessness in the UK?

Statelessness is one of the least understood aspects of the myriad of immigration and citizenship issues in the UK. Few people are aware of it, fewer…
/ Andie Lambe - Independent Consultant for ENS - Childhood Statelessness in the UK
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Invisible Kids: Childhood statelessness in the UK

Childhood statelessness in the UK is not currently adequately understood by government officials, legal practitioners, judges, politicians, policy…
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From colonial subjects to stateless refugees

The exact number of people who were forcibly displaced in the 1970s to the Tindouf refugee camps set up by the Algerian state is unknown, but…
/ Aminetou Errer Bouzeid, LEFRIG Project Coordinator and Social Worker
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UK Home Office should seek to remove barriers faced by stateless children born in the UK rather than making it more difficult for them to acquire British citizenship

Following an online consultation on its "New Plan for Immigration", the UK Government needs to ensure that any proposed amendment to the…
/ Cynthia Orchard, ENS Individual member and Nina Murray, Head of Policy & Research at the European Network on Statelessness
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Submission to the UK Government Home Office Consultation on its ‘New Plan for Immigration’

ENS urges the UK Government to ensure that any proposed amendment to the statelessness provision in British Nationality law does not make it more…
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