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Thursday, 5 November 2020

The European Network on Statelessness has launched a new and redesigned website

The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) has redesigned and launched a new website where you can find out about the issues facing stateless people in Europe. In addition, on their website, you can find resources from their library of 590 blogs, interviews & publications. Besides this, you can find out more about the activities of ENS and its membership. You can also get involved in the work of the European Network on Statelessness. Also, stateless persons can access legal advice and support on their new website.

More than 500,000 people living in Europe are stateless, which means that they are not recognized as citizens of any country. As a result, stateless people often find themselves stranded on the margins of society, with no rights and a sense of never belonging.

The European Network on Statelessness has 150 members, organizations, and individuals from 41 countries, including Praxis. Together, we are committed to ending statelessness and ensuring that everyone living in Europe without a nationality can access the rights they are entitled to under international law. ENS was established in 2012 as a coordinating body and expert resource for organisations and individuals working to promote the right to a nationality in Europe.

Find out more on www.statelessness.eu

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