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Litigation Bulletin - February 2024

Our Litigation Bulletin brings you an overview of developments on statelessness from European courts, an update on our litigation activities across…
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Russia reforms immigration detention laws after decade-long campaign

Russia has enacted reforms to its immigration detention laws, introducing time limits and judicial oversight on the detention of stateless people.…
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
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Litigation Bulletin - October 2023

Our Litigation Bulletin brings you an overview of developments on statelessness from European courts, an update on our litigation activities across…
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In search of a legal bond: Turkish Cypriot children of mixed marriages in Cyprus

An estimated 10,000 children of mixed marriages between Turkish Cypriots and Turkish nationals (or nationals of another country) are facing…
/ Nicoletta Charalambidou, Human Rights Lawyer
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July 2023 Litigation Bulletin

Our Litigation Bulletin brings you an overview of developments on statelessness from European courts, an update on our litigation activities across…
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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
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New statelessness legislation in the Netherlands: worth the wait?

On the 6th of June 2023, Dutch Parliament finally passed a legislation package on statelessness that has been in the making since 2014. It introduces…
/ Caia Vlieks, Utrecht University and Katja Swider, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Legal briefing: Statelessness and the prohibition on discrimination against Romani communities

This legal briefing analyses the principle of non-discrimination and its impact on the prevention and reduction of statelessness among Romani…
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UK passport Blog

Shamima Begum: now stateless, but still deprived of her British citizenship

On 22 February 2023 the UK Special Immigration Appeals Commission upheld the UK Home Secretary’s decision to strip Shamima Begum of her citizenship.…
/ Alison Harvey, No5 Chambers and ENS Individual Member
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March 2023 Litigation Bulletin

Our new Litigation Bulletin brings you an overview of developments on statelessness from European courts, an update on our litigation activities…
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What a judge cannot see: statelessness determination in the Netherlands

After years of waiting, the Netherlands is close to introducing a judicial procedure to determine statelessness, but without effective access to a…
/ Katja Swider, Assistant Professor, Amsterdam Centre for Migration and Refugee Law, Free University of Amsterdam