Inclusive Solutions Towards Ending Statelessness Events

Inclusive Solutions Towards Ending Statelessness

ENS is co-organising this collaborative side event on statelessness with Nationality For All, and the UNHCR Statelessness Section, as a part of UNHCR…
12 June 2024 18:00 - 19:30 CEST
Finnish flags Blog

The Finnish reform of the Nationality Act from a statelessness perspective: the good, the bad and the ugly

Following the election of a new Finnish government in 2023, the coalition in power has been pushing for reform of the current Nationality Act and…
/ Michel Rouleau-Dick, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute for Human Rights – School of Law – Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics and Law (FSEJ), Åbo Akademi University
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Toolkit to identify and address statelessness in Czechia

We have developed a national toolkit to identify and address statelessness in Czechia. 
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UK home office Blog

Are Stateless Claimants Disadvantaged Within Asylum Procedures? New Evidence from the UK Context

This blog post introduces new research, conducted as part of the #StatelessJourneys project, into the challenges faced by stateless claimants within…
/ Thomas McGee, PhD researcher at Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness (Melbourne Law School) and the MENA Statelessness Network (Hawiati)
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"Credibility Undermined" - Challenges in Determining Country of Origin for Stateless Asylum Seekers: Kurds from Syria in the UK

Research conducted as part of our #StatelessJourneys project reveals that stateless asylum seekers in the UK can experience unique hurdles that pose…
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passports Blog

On Statelessness: 6 Principles to Consider When Conducting Country of Origin Information Research

A research project on statelessness undertaken by Asylos revealed a significant need for improvement in the coverage and quality of Country of Origin…
/ Laurence Hamieh, Asylos
people Publications

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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Panel Events

WEBINAR: Detention and return: protecting the rights of stateless people

On Tuesday 30 May, we held the fourth and final next event in our #StatelessJourneys webinar series on Identifying and Addressing Statelessness in…
30 May 2023 13:00 - 13:45 CEST
Panel Videos

WEBINAR: Improving identification of statelessness in asylum registration and screening

On Wednesday 8 March, we held the first event in our #StatelessJourneys webinar series on Identifying and Addressing Statelessness in the Refugee…
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The Austrian naturalisation procedure – disproportionate and in violation of international law

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued a crucial judgment in the prevention and reduction of statelessness in Europe. The…
/ Leonhard Call (ENS Member, independent human rights consultant and policy advisor)
Collaboration between academics and non-profits can help protect citizenship rights Blog

Collaboration between academics and non-profits can help protect citizenship rights

Building bridges between academia and non-profit organisations through partnerships is a critical tool to protect the ‘right to have rights’. These…
/ Dr Rachel Pougnet, Senior Research Associate at the University of Bristol
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EU strategy on the rights of the child marks an important step towards addressing childhood statelessness

In an important step towards ending childhood statelessness, the new EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child recognises the impact of statelessness on…
/ Khadija Badri - Advocacy and Communications Officer, European Network on Statelessness