Russias Constitutional Court decision helps to protect stateless detainees as legal change approaches Blog

Russia’s Constitutional Court decision helps to protect stateless detainees as legal change approaches

In Russia, tens of thousands of stateless people are at risk of spending years in detention, but legal change is on the way. 
/ Stephania Kulaeva - Executive Director, ADC Memorial
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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 38th Session of the Universal Periodic Review - Latvia

This submission to the 38th Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on the human rights challenges regarding statelessness and the right to a nationality in…
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Joint Submission to the Human Rights Council at the 38th Session of the Universal Periodic Review - Belgium

This submission to the 38th Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on the right to a nationality and human rights challenges pertaining to statelessness in…
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No One Will Notice: Stateless & Detention - #LockedInLimbo Videos

No One Will Notice: Stateless & Detention - #LockedInLimbo

Several hundreds of stateless people in Europe are at risk of unlawful immigration detention. This problem has so far remained unaddressed. Most…
Commissioner for Human Rights calls for stop to arbitrary detention of stateless people Videos

Commissioner for Human Rights calls for stop to arbitrary detention of stateless people

Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights calls on countries to identify and protect stateless persons from arbitrary detention.
#LockedinLimbo - Why Europe must stop detention of stateless people Videos

#LockedinLimbo - Why Europe must stop detention of stateless people

Director of the European Network on Statelessness (ENS) Chris Nash, explains why ENS started our #LockedinLimbo campaign to protect some of the most…
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ENS Interview - Valeria Ilareva

ENS caught up with Valeria Ilareva, the Head Lawyer and the Chairperson of the Foundation for Access to Rights, a Bulgaria based civil society…
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Bulgaria: Celebrating progress and staying vigilant about remaining gaps

Since Bulgaria ratified both the 1954 and the 1961 Statelessness Conventions in 2012, it has made significant progress in its treatment of stateless…
/ Magdalena Miteva and Valeria Ilareva, Foundation for Access to Rights - FAR