[Featured Resource] Childhood Statelessness in South Africa


(Madeline Gunderson) #1

This week’s profiled resource is “Childhood Statelessness in South Africa” and comes to us from @LieslHeila at the Lawyers for Human Rights (South Africa). Liesl just participated in the Citizenship @exchange_2018kenya, and wanted to share this resource with the network!

More about Childhood Statelessness in South Africa:

This short booklet is a collection of real stories which illustrate the problems children in South Africa face with access to citizenship. It also recommends a solution and records the recommendations made by the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child on the relevant issue.

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The Featured Resource is a short profile of a key resource found in the resource library of the Global Legal Empowerment Network. These resources can be older or brand new, but they all touch on important themes within legal empowerment. If you have a resource you would like to profile with the network, upload it directly at this link or email it to community@namati.org

(Andrew Ochola) #3

Thanks for sharing. This is very useful. Will find time to go through it.

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