Stateless in the European Union

The European Union is home to 399, 283 people that are “determined stateless or of undetermined nationality.” Many have been born in Europe or have lived there their entire lives, being deprived of an equal right to nationality based on political events or bureaucratic inadequacies beyond own control. The number is likely an underestimate, as stateless people are difficult to account.

This website is run by stateless people for stateless people, dedicated to giving voice of our views, stories, and dreams of equal human rights. We live in Europe’s shadows, without equal access to political rights, freedom of movement, education, employment, privacy, and other basic rights. We seek to raise awareness about statelessness, clear up misconceptions therein, and empower stateless people as participants rather than mere objects of discussion.

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