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No country to call home
|Title:||No country to call home|
|Date Issued:||23 Jun 2021|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, HI : East-West Center|
|Abstract:||A new report explores why millions of stateless people across Southeast Asia lack legal citizenship or identity. Quick take:|
- While some of Southeast Asia's many stateless individuals are refugees or migrants, most are minorities in the countries of their birth.
- Discriminatory policies against such populations are a prime cause of statelessness in the region, along with increasing cross-border migration.
- In the wake of humanitarian crises like the violent forced exit of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, some governments in the region have been making efforts to reduce the numbers of those living without full social, political, and economic rights.
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