30 November 2012

Focus: Statelessness

UNHCR has published a Self-Study Module on Statelessness that forms part of its E-Learning Course on Statelessness. (Note:  The former is publicly available, the latter is not.)  Other protection-related training modules in this series are provided on Refworld's Standards and Training web page.

Other recent items:

"Addressing Statelessness," Chapter in Global Appeal 2013 Update (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]

"Book Review: Statelessness in the European Union: Displaced, Undocumented, Unwanted, Caroline Sawyer & Brad K. Blitz, eds., New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011," Law & Society Review, vol. 45, no. 4, p. 1077 (2011; posted Nov. 2012) [text via SSRN]

The CoE Tackles Statelessness, but Ends up Mired in the Politics of Multiple Nationalities (ENS Blog, Nov. 2012) [text]

The Gulf's Stateless People without Rights Decades after Independence (Human Rights First Blog, Nov. 2012) [text]

Terrorized, Starving and Homeless: Myanmar's Rohingya Still Forgotten (CNN, Nov. 2012) [text]

Under the Radar and Under Protected: The Urgent Need to Address Stateless Children’s Rights (ENS Blog, Nov. 2012) [text]
- A UNHCR Regional Protection Officer provides background re. this report.

Upcoming events:

Citizens of Nowhere: Solutions for the Stateless in the U.S., Washington, DC, 10 December 2012 [info]
- Report launch and panel discussion.

The Right to Citizenship: An Enquiry into the Meaning of Article 15 UDHR, Maastricht, 7 March 2013 [info]
- Programme not yet available.

Tagged Publications and Events & Opportunities. 

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