Citizenship Rights

About the Citizenship Rights category (3)
Resource of the Week: Community Facilitators in the Pursuit of Justice (2)
Every day more are at risk of becoming stateless (2)
What's been happening globally on citizenship & statelessness? Check out ISI's year in review (4)
Celebrating Community Paralegals (8)
Statelessness Index - new tool from the European Network on Statelessness (2)
Resource of the Week: Citizenship Rights in Kenya (1)
Kenya's recent trends (3)
New ted talk on citizenship, paralegals, and the journey from victim to change maker (3)
Pushing for peace integration at a County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) meeting in Mombasa (8)
Matrix on the Citizenship Bill 2016 (1)
Webinar: SNAP Research Based Advocacy (1)
Jungle Justice in Nigeria (3)
Women of a Delhi Slum Filed 200 Right to Information Applications (RTIs), Made the Law Work for Them, & Drastically Improved Their Lives (7)
Rohingya Crisis: How Can the US and Humanitarian Groups Respond? (Sept 29) (2)
Sierra Leone's amended Citizenship Act guarantees women and men equal rights to confer nationality (2)
Webinar July 4th- Child Statelessness (1)
Addressing Statelessness amongst Women and Children in Asia and the Pacific (1)
Joint submission to the Human Rights Council at the 28th Session of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in relation to statelessness, access to nationality and human rights in Japan (3)
Council of Minorities holds a workshop on Bangladesh's draft citizenship bill (3)
Resource of the week: Childhood Statelessness in South Africa (2)
A Category on Minority and Indigenous peoples (8)
Citizenship and Identity Documents in Kenya: Suleiman's Story (1)
Issa's Story (1)
Asinina's Story (1)
Let's talk about citizenship in Liberia (4)
Review of the Nubian Minors' Decision by ACERWC (2)
Statelessness in West Africa (7)
Exchange visit by Khalid (3)
Citizenship and Identity Documents in Kenya: Hamid's Story (1)

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