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Statelessness

A ‘stateless person’ is someone who is not recognised as a national by any state and therefore has no nationality or citizenship and is unprotected by national legislation. Provided below are links to numerous key resources, websites and documents related to issues of statelessness and the search for appropriate responses and solutions. This Resource Summary was prepared to complement Forced Migration Review’s Issue 32: Statelessness.

FMO Resources

Documents

Selected full-text documents (for more, search in the Digital Library)

Web Resources

Selected web-based information resources (for more, search the FMO website)

Relevant Organizations

Contact details for relevant organizations (for more, search in the Organizations Directory)

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Image from the cover of Forced Migration Review issue 32, After confirmation of their citizenship, Biharis in Bangladesh can now have hope of leading a normal life after decades of exclusion. UNHCR/G M B Akash

After confirmation of their citizenship, Biharis in Bangladesh can now have hope of leading a normal life after decades of exclusion.

Photo credit: UNHCR/G M B Akash

Last updated Sep 29, 2011