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Nationality and statelessness in international law

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Published by Sijthoff & Noordhoff in Alphen aan den Rijn, Germantown, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Citizenship,
  • Statelessness.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby P. Weis ; with a foreword by Hersch Lauterpacht.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJX4211 .W4 1979b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxlii, 337 p. ;
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4436106M
    ISBN 109028603298
    LC Control Number79089781


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Introduction. Nationality is a highly sensitive issue as it is a manifestation of a country’s sovereignty and identity as a country. “It is for each State to determine under its own law who are its nationals. But the Convention also covers questions of the acquisition, retention, loss, and recovery of nationality, procedural rights, nationality in the context of State succession, militaryobligations, and cooperation among States Parties.

It also contains many provisions thataim to prevent the creation of statelessness. '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 Format: Paperback.

Nationality Matters provides an important contribution to the literature by synthesizing existing international instruments, including relevant case law, on statelessness.

Another contribution of the book is that it suggests solutions to improve it, in light of the existing normative gaps and new causes of by: 1. Advanced theoretical exploration of the relationship between nationality and international law: the function attributed to nationality under international customary and treaty law and the influence of international standards on the attribution of nationality.

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NATIONALITY, INCLUDING STATELESSNESS DOCUMENT A/GN.4/50 Report by Manley O. Hudson, Special Rapporteur [Original text: English] [21 February ] TABLE OF CONTENTS Page REPORT TO THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION 4 ANNEX I. NATIONALITY IN GENERAL Section I.

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Nationality and Statelessness under International Law - edited by Alice Edwards September ‘Embracing a subject that is generally treated abstractly, as a matter of human rights law, the authors of this pathbreaking book root statelessness deep into historical context and lived experience.

They emerge with conclusions that are both dismaying (the expansive scope of the problem) and hopeful (the measurable progress some states have made in expanding the boundaries of citizenship).

International Law Commission (6th session, ). Transmitted to the General Assembly the Draft Convention on the Elimination of Future Statelessness, and the Draft Convention on the Reduction of Future Statelessness, as well as seven articles on the question of present statelessness with commentaries as part of its final report on nationality, including statelessness.

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Chapter One considers definitions of the key terms ‘nationality’ and ‘statelessness’, and the international law provisions relevant to the wording of article 1. Moreover, it outlines rights associated with nationality under international law, the determination of ‘nationality’, and the limits on a State’s discretion in conferring : Katia Bianchini.

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1 In several international conventions, the term ‘statelessness’ is generally defined as the situation of being without citizenship or nationality—the two terms are used synonymously in international law—of any State. Inthe International Law Commission put "Nationality, including statelessness", on its list of topics of international law provisionally selected for codification.

Inat the behest of ECOSOC, that item was given priority, and ECOSOC appointed an ad hoc Committee on Refugees and Stateless People to Africa:registered.

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The Convention aims to prevent statelessness and reduce it over time. It establishes an international framework to ensure the right of every person to a nationality. It requires that states establish safeguards in their nationality laws to prevent statelessness at birth and later in life.

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Conclusions Chapter 8: Conclusions 1. International law, statelessness and citizenship Cited by: 6. What is Statelessness. Under International Law, a stateless person means an individual who is not recognized as a national of any country.

Article 1 of the Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons defines a stateless person as “a person who is not considered as a national by any State under the operation of its law.”.Author: Subodh Asthana.

The term “Nationality” is a broader concept which is often used as a relationship of individual and state from international aspect whereas the term “Citizenship” has a relation to internal aspects between state and individual.

An individual cannot change his “Nationality” but he always has an option to change his “Citizenship”. 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 contemporary human rights discourses, yet only a very small number of states have made measurable progress in helping individuals acquire or regain citizenship.

Laura has worked on the issue of statelessness since and holds a PhD in international law, with a focus on statelessness, from Tilburg University (manuscript"Nationality Matters", published with Intersentia, ).

Prior to co-founding the Institute inLaura principally worked on statelessness within academia. In the interim, as it were, he completed a doctorate at the University of London and published the first edition of his principal work, Nationality and Statelessness in International Law (London: Stevens & Sons, ).

All of this is but to situate Foster and Lambert in a long line of practice and scholarship. The first part of the book is dedicated to discussing the definition of statelessness as a concept, as well the causes, symptoms, contexts and the state of the research in this field.

One of the key discussions in this publication is the significance of nationality as an essential requirement for the enjoyment of basic human rights.

Buy Nationality and Statelessness under International Law Reprint by Alice Edwards (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Statelessness prior to World War II. While one case of statelessness was identified in the Protocol relating to a Certain Case of Statelessness at the League of Nations Codification Conference, in The Hague: "In a State whose nationality is not conferred by the mere fact of birth in its territory, a person born in its territory of a mother possessing the nationality of that State and of a Condition: 6 ratifications.

Statelessness among children born out of international surrogacy arrangements is a sad reality. Despite the availability of various international human rights law provisions guaranteeing nationality for newly born children, some states are reluctant to give nationality to the children of their citizens, who are born abroad through surrogacy : Sanoj Rajan.