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Theresa May but the UK shall not

Theresa May recently announced that she would seek to change UK law so that British terror suspects can be deprived of their citizenship even if it…
/ Amal de Chickera
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UK Supreme Court Delivers Victory Against Statelessness in Al-Jedda Case

Earlier this year, Laura Bingham contributed a blog for ENS on the much talked-about Al-Jedda case, in which the UK Supreme Court was asked to decide…
/ Simon Cox, Open Society Justice Initiative
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Liverpool Law Clinic launches Statelessness project

On 2 October 2013, Liverpool Law Clinic marked the launch of its Statelessness project by hosting a free seminar on 'Statelessness - An overview of…
/ Frances Meyler and Dr Sarah Woodhouse, Co-Directors of the Liverpool Law Clinic
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Detention of a stateless refugee

Stateless people have no country that accepts them as their own. Combine that with a situation of irregular stay, and one has a potentially…
/ Maxim Ferschtman is Senior Legal Adviser on equality and citizenship at the Open Society Justice Initiative
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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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Litigation, legal aid & law clinics

To a large extent, the Statelessness Programme is a typical academic initiative and many of our activities are those traditionally associated with…
/ Laura van Waas, Statelessness Programme, Tilburg University
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Debating the ‘right to citizenship’

As part of a special programme of events to celebrate the European Year of the Citizen, the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights last week hosted a…
/ Laura van Waas, Senior Researcher and Manager of the Statelessness Programme, Tilburg University