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Definition of Statelessness
1. [n -ES]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Statelessness
Literary usage of Statelessness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bedoons of Kuwait: "citizens Without Citizenship" by Human Rights Watch/Middle East, Aziz Abu-Hamad (1995)
"Statelessness Conventions The key limit to state discretion is the one related to preventing Statelessness. Special measures were introduced to prevent the ..."
2. The Law Relating to Trading with the Enemy: Together with a Consideration of by Charles Henry Huberich (1918)
"Statelessness. A question likely to arise in case this subsection of the Act is put into operation, and which may also arise under other circumstances, ..."
3. Owed Justice: Thai Women Trafficked Into Debt Bondage in Japan by Kinsey Dinan (2000)
"In 1995, EXCOM issued the "Conclusion on the Prevention and Reduction of Statelessness and the Protection of Stateless Persons," in which it "calls upon ..."
4. World Report 2002: The Events of 2001 by Human Rights Watch (Organization (2002)
"An important first step against discrimination in citizenship rights was to implement international norms to combat statelessness. As an immediate bulwark ..."
5. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1907)
"Special Protocol on Statelessness. The Hague, Apr. 12, 1930. Adhesion deposited: Australia. July 8, 1935. TIB, July, 1935, p. ..."
6. Prohibited Persons: Abuse of Undocumented Migrants, Asylum-Seekers, and by Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1998)
"The obligation to reduce Statelessness, and in particular to ensure that children have a nationality, is of particular concern in South Africa in two ..."
7. Civil and Political Rights in Croatia by Ivana Nizich, Željka Markić, Jeri Laber (1995)
"The Obligation to Minimize Statelessness Because citizenship is the principal mechanism through which people take part in governmental affairs, ..."