New information leaflets on statelessness are available in four languages: Arabic English Hungarian Russian. You can download them by clicking at the needed language version.
The right to a nationality at birth (or soon after) is still painfully often seen as a reserved domain of state sovereignty and discretion, an approach which is incorrect in light of relevant international obligations. … Read more
The naturalisation of refugees and stateless persons in Hungary
HHC REPORT REVEALS SIGNIFICANT GAPS IN THE HUNGARIAN FRAMEWORK FOR THE PREVENTION OF STATELESSNESS AT BIRTH
Having a nationality is like the air to breathe. One takes it for granted and only realises its importance when it is missing. Currently, there are at least 12 million stateless persons in the world, … Read more
Since 2006, the HHC has taken the lead on promoting the rights of stateless persons among non-governmental organisations at a European level.
The HHC’s five-step protection agenda for stateless persons is summarised in an article appeared in the Oxford-based Forced Migration Review in April 2009.
Having a nationality is like the air to breathe. One takes it for granted and only realises its importance when it is missing. Currently, there are at least 12 million stateless persons in the world.
A series of articles on the phenomenon of statelessness (written by Noémi Ivicsics, intern at the Hungarian Helsinki Committee) has been published on the Hungarian world news and foreign policy website, Kitekintő.
After five decades of neglect, Europe is urged to respect its international obligations and provide stateless persons with a meaningful protection status.