Statelessness robs man of normal life in Croatia
Boro Topolic lived a perfectly normal life for decades, only to wake up one day and discover he had become stateless.
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is campaigning to end statelessness, which affects millions of people worldwide, denying them basic human rights that citizens take for granted.
Read Boro’s story here.
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