#IBelong Campaign to End Statelessness

Across the world today more than ten million people are told they don’t belong ANYWHERE. They are called ‘stateless’. The 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons establishes the legal definition for stateless persons as individuals who are not considered citizens or nationals under the operation of the laws of any country.

#IBelong, UNHCR’s ten-year campaign (2014-2024) to end statelessness in the world, is a powerful platform to advance the efforts to address statelessness in Central Asia. 

Learn more about the #IBelong Campaign in Central Asia.

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