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No country, no rights, no hope

The legal no-man’s land inhabited by stateless people like the Rohingya is a major human rights issue, which urgently requires more attention

  • By Professor Michelle Foster and Timnah Baker, University of Melbourne
  • PURSUIT

Said Imasi was raised in a refugee camp in North Africa, and spent his childhood in orphanages and on the streets of mainland Europe.

Desp 2bHis mother died when he was six-years-old and he has no information about his father.

Said believes he was born in the Canary Islands, but with no identity documents and no birth certificate, he has no way of establishing his identity….

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