Forced Migration Review: No legal identity. Few rights. Hidden from society. Forgotten, Stateless

This issue of the Forced Migration Review contains articles by academic, international and local actors debating the challenges faced by stateless people and the search for appropriate responses and solutions. A ‘stateless person’ is someone who is not recognised as a national by any state. They therefore have no nationality or citizenship and are unprotected by national legislation, leaving them vulnerable in ways that most of us never have to consider. The issue also includes articles on other aspects of forced migration, among which are a mini-feature on refugee status determination and articles on European migration policies, Colombia, Ecuador, disaster IDPs, Europe-Africa cooperation, trafficking in Iran, cash grants for refugees and reproductive health care in emergencies

Published 2012-10-25