3 edition of A study of statelessness found in the catalog.
A study of statelessness
United Nations. Department of Social Affairs.
United Nations publication sales no.: 1949.XIV.2.
|Statement||United Nations, Department of Social Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||190|
Two factors are of particular importance: whether the nationality in question A study of statelessness book acquired automatically or through some form of registration whether the person has ever been denied documents on the basis that he or she is not a national. Review in Law and Society, May Extending the framework of transactional cost and organizational economics, Stateless Commerce draws on rare insider interviews to explain why personal exchange succeeds, even as most global trade succumbs to the forces of modernization, and what it reveals about the limitations of the modern state in governing the economy. France, In those cases, one may need to rely on prima facie evidence of the view of the state, which in turn may give rise to a presumption of statelessness.
Item Type:. In A study of statelessness book, the United Nations adopted the Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons which provides a framework for the protection of the statelessness. The book does an excellent job of moving from largely academic, theoretical, and legal frameworks to an examination of the situation on the ground. By sex[ edit ] Although many states allow the acquisition of nationality through parental descent irrespective of where the child is born, some do not allow female citizens to confer nationality to their children. From its inception, the UN had to deal with the mass atrocities of the war, including the huge refugee populations across Europe. They offer a critique of the existing framework through detailed and theoretically-based scrutiny of challenging contexts of statelessness in the real world and suggest ways forward.
Martin Donald G. Statelessness also used to characterize the Romani peoplewhose traditional nomadic lifestyles meant that they traveled across lands claimed by others. Table of Contents In Stateless Commerce, Barak Richman uses the colorful case study of the diamond industry to explore how ethnic trading networks operate and why they persist in the twenty-first century. For instance, a child born outside Canada to two Canadian parents, who were also born outside Canada to Canadian parents, would not be a Canadian citizen, since jus sanguinis is only recognized for the first generation in Canada. The volume is divided into three parts.
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Using Bangladesh as a case study, Statelessness and Citizenship: Camps and the creation of political space argues that the crude binary oppositions of statelessness and citizenship are no longer relevant.
Inthey were honored by governments in 52 countries. Ethnic trading networks survive because they better fulfill many functions usually performed by state institutions. Martin Donald G.
The first was adopted inthe Convention relating to the Status of Refugeesdealing with the treatment of those who had been forced to flee their country due to a well-founded fear of persecution and who may or may not also have been denationalised.
In disruptive conflict or post-conflict situations, many people A study of statelessness book that difficulties in completing simple administrative procedures are exacerbated. Gaining or reacquiring citizenship helps eliminate isolation and A study of statelessness book the empowerment of individuals, collectively and personally.
Chapter 4: ibelong The most recent chapter in the story of statelessness commenced on the 4th of November, It provides a number of standards regarding acquisition and loss of nationality, including automatic loss, renunciation, and deprivation of nationality.
This fascinating study examines positive developments in eight countries and pinpoints the benefits of citizenship now enjoyed by formerly stateless persons.
Against this, the book concludes that statelessness determination procedures are a vital precursor to access protection. Look up in Google Scholar Abstract Understanding Statelessness offers a comprehensive, in-depth examination of statelessness.
Description Understanding Statelessness offers a comprehensive, in-depth examination of statelessness. Political Studies Review Endorsements Children Without a State is unique in combining scholarship on child rights with scholarship on immigration, citizenship, and statelessness.
Instead, citizenship is claimed at the level of everyday life, as the moments in which formal status is transgressed. It may also guide future practical developments for the protection of stateless persons.
There have been recent changes in favor of gender neutrality in nationality laws, including reforms in AlgeriaMoroccoand Senegal that may inform change elsewhere. Reviews This collection will not only make valuable contributions to the policy making that improves the straitened environment of stateless children, but will also be of great interest to policy makers, human rights advocates and scholars of human rights and international relations.
Protecting Stateless Persons. The existence of stateless populations challenges some central tenets of international law and contemporary human rights discourses, yet only a very small number of states have made measurable progress in helping individuals acquire or regain citizenship.
The Urdu-speaking population in Bangladesh exemplify some of the key problems facing uprooted populations and their experience provides insights into the long term unintended consequences of major historical events.
Conventional models of economic and technological progress suggest that such primitive commercial networks would be displaced by new trading paradigms, yet in the heart of New York City the old world persists.
It points to basic components that should be part of any determination framework. The convention thus became the A study of statelessness book for an international protection A study of statelessness book for stateless persons.
Contributors Mary Robinson. This eBook is no longer available for sale.Statelessness and Citizenship: A Comparative Study on the Benefits of Nationality [Brad K. Blitz, Maureen Lynch] on tjarrodbonta.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that there are more than 12 million stateless people in the world.
The existence of stateless populations challenges some central tenets of international law and Author: Brad K. Blitz. Pete Earle, author of the study A Century of Anarchy, joins me to discuss a little-known case study of statelessness.
Sponsor Get a free trial set (just pay. This chapter examines the relationship among ungoverned spaces, statelessness and security in Kenya. Statelessness is perceived as a political outcome of the relationship among politics, security and space.
It explores the way in which statelessness is examined not from a legal perspective but a Author: Oscar Gakuo Mwangi.A Legal and Policy Study On Pdf in Lebanon energy to collaborating in producing this study. We reiterate our thanks to Dr. Mutaz Qaﬁsheh, expert in international law, and Judge John Qazzi for offering to review the draft book rests with Frontiers Ruwad Association.
The analysis.View Statelessness Research Papers on tjarrodbonta.com for free.In Juneallies of United Stateless attended the World Conference on Statelessness in the Ebook, organized by the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion and the CANCELLED Arts Programme.
Unfortunately, no members of United Stateless were able to attend, due to travel restrictions stemming from their statelessness.