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Nationality and Statelessness Under International Law
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Introduction Alice Edwards and Laura van Waas; 1. The meaning of nationality in international law: substantive and procedural aspects Alice Edwards; 2. Statelessness and citizenship in ethical and political perspective Matthew J. Gibney; 3. The UN Statelessness Conventions Laura van Waas; 4. UNHCR's mandate and activities to address statelessness Mark Manly; 5. The determination of statelessness and the establishment of statelessness-specific protection regimes Gabor Gyulai; 6. Children, their right to nationality and child statelessness Gerard-Rene de Groot; 7. Women, nationality and statelessness: the problem of unequal rights Radha Govil and Alice Edwards; 8. Deprivation of nationality: limitations on rendering persons stateless under international law Jorunn Brandvoll; 9. State succession and issues of nationality and statelessness Inete Ziemele; 10. The nexus between statelessness and migration Sophie Nonnenmacher and Ryszard Cholewinski; 11. More or less secure? Nationality questions, deportation and dual nationality Kim Rubenstein and Niamh Lenagh-Maguire.

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This book identifies the rights of stateless people and outlines the major legal obstacles preventing the eradication of statelessness.

About the Author

Alice Edwards is the Senior Legal Coordinator and Chief of the Protection Policy and Legal Advice Section at the UNHCR, Geneva. She is also Research Associate at the University of Oxford's Refugee Studies Centre and Fellow of the University of Nottingham's Human Rights Law Centre. Laura van Waas is the founder and manager of the Statelessness Programme at Tilburg Law School, The Netherlands.

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'Nationality and Statelessness under International Law provides a careful analysis of what it means to be stateless, the causes of statelessness, and how international law has historically dealt with the problem. Calling on authors who possess extensive experience in international law, research, and practice, the book provides insights as to how international law can best address and prevent the problem of statelessness ... Moreover, the book takes an accessible, practical approach to explaining the international legal framework and provides solutions for preventing and addressing the problem of statelessness. The book would be a suitable resource for a broad range of readers wanting to learn more about this evolving area of international law. Scholars, researchers, practitioners, instructors, and students would all find it to be an edifying source of information.' David S. Weissbrodt and Kurt A. Meyer, Human Rights Quarterly
'This volume ... brings together leading scholars and practitioners to address the issue of statelessness under international law. It represents an important contribution to a subject that is drawing greater attention from policymakers, academics, and the public.' Peter J. Spiro, The American Journal of International Law
'Provides useful guidance and raises several challenging questions also in this respect ...' Serena Forlati, German Yearbook of International Law
"Nationality and Statelessness under International Law provides a careful analysis of what it means to be stateless, the causes of statelessness, and how international law has historically dealt with the problem. Calling on authors who possess extensive experience in international law, research, and practice, the book provides insights as to how international law can best address and prevent the problem of statelessness ... Moreover, the book takes an accessible, practical approach to explaining the international legal framework and provides solutions for preventing and addressing the problem of statelessness. The book would be a suitable resource for a broad range of readers wanting to learn more about this evolving area of international law. Scholars, researchers, practitioners, instructors, and students would all find it to be an edifying source of information." David S. Weissbrodt and Kurt A. Meyer, Human Rights Quarterly
'This volume ... brings together leading scholars and practitioners to address the issue of statelessness under international law. It represents an important contribution to a subject that is drawing greater attention from policymakers, academics, and the public.' Peter J. Spiro, The American Journal of International Law
'Provides useful guidance and raises several challenging questions also in this respect ...' Serena Forlati, German Yearbook of International Law

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