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CRAI website is a resource for all those working to ensure the right to nationality and the eradication of statelessness in Africa.
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Bronwen Manby Jun 15
Replying to @BronwenManby
Ghanaian Times editorial on the issues at stake in deciding what documents count as proof of citizenship for new ID card
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Sudan Consortium 21h
parliament reinstates nationality to people stripped of after independence in 2011
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CRAI Jun 14
Replying to @Refugees @LHR_SA
... and a front page link to support campaign to help children in SAfrica
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CRAI Jun 14
Replying to @Refugees
New report on ; court rulings in ; discussions on rights in Morocco...
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CRAI Jun 14
Missed the latest newsletter of items on citizenship and in Africa recently added to the website? (Re)subscribe here:
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CRAI Jun 12
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CRAI Jun 12
: Family for a year as Malusi Gigaba dawdles
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Bronwen Manby Jun 11
parliament adopts amendment to nationality law to restore rights (it is said) to those of South Sudanese origin - devil will be in the detail but impt step to reduce arbitrary deprivation of nationality &
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ISER Uganda Jun 8
Replying to @UHRC_UGANDA @NIRA_Ug
Ms.Sekindi : The Commission discussed citizenship rights particularly of the Maragoli community which has been denied registration as citizens by . Lack of National IDs deprives them of access to basic services e.g health and education
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Liesl Heila Muller May 29
Replying to @lieslmul
You can start donating funds toward individual stateless children's cases on 11 June here:
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Bronwen Manby May 30
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Namati May 31
Read the stories of those struggling to secure their in and the community paralegals supporting them to demand their rights.
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Bronwen Manby Jun 1
Morocco: Since nationality law reform in 2007 to allow women to transmit nationality to children more than 33,500 children with a foreign father have benefited; proposed law now being debated would allow women to transmit to husbands also
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Laura Goodwin Jun 4
Read the latest monthly bulletin from - updates from around the globe on and an interview with Phelix Lore of on citizenship, discrimination, and the role of paralegals in Kenya
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Bronwen Manby Jun 5
highlights uncertain future for former Angolan refugees in South Africa with no permanent legal status
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Liesl Heila Muller Jun 5
UNHCR & UNICEF have developed joint strategies in 15 pilot countries to implement the objectives of the Coalition on Every Child's Right to Acquire a Nationality. See South Africa's Joint Strategy here -
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CRAI Jun 6
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Bronwen Manby May 26
Tanzania new national ID now reached half of adult population - and still no recognition of need to apply due process on who is a citizen (as per recent Anudo decision)
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Bronwen Manby May 29
Mentoring, learning and advice sessions for scholars interested in developing and publishing socio-legal work - Four workshops later this year in Brazil, India, Kenya and Ghana.
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