Watershed moment as countries step forward to tackle global statelessness

In a historic moment in the global fight against statelessness, more than 85 governments, civil society and international and regional organizations have this week pledged hundreds of new commitments to end statelessness, a major cause of human rights deprivations for millions of people worldwide

Resolving Statelessness in Thailand

More than 27,000 stateless people have acquired Thai nationality since the end of 2011 thanks to the concerted efforts of the government with the support of UNHCR and its NGO partner. Watch a video highlighting how Thailand has done so.

IPU Conference

MPs from 39 countries met recently in South Africa to discuss how they can work together to end statelessness.

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