Items tagged with 'birth registration'

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A report is prepared by Praxis within the project “Legal Assistance to Persons of Risk of Statelessness in Serbia”, funded by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.  The report provides an...
The #StatelessKids campaign lead by the European Network on Statelessness (ENS) aims to end childhood statelessness in Europe and currently involves 130 members in as many as 40 countries. The issue...
Government of the Republic of Serbia, in cooperation with the European Commission, organized the fourth seminar “Social Inclusion of Roma in the Republic of Serbia” in October 2017. The seminar is a...
This UNICEF document is the first thematic report assessing performance toward achieving the SDG global targets that concern children and young people. It  assesses the world’s performance to date,...
Vocativ reports on the struggles facing one infant born to Syrian refugee parents in Turkey in order to highlight the difficulties facing a stateless generation of refugees. The young boy, Taim, was...
The "Irish Examiner" reports on recognition of children pope Catholic priests. In December, Coping International launched a website to support children of priests and has received recognition and...
‘The Irish Times’ report about a new legislation proposed in Ireland to give a right to adopted people to access their birth certificates. Currently, the law protects birth parents’ right to privacy...
Vardags reports that the highest court in France, the Cour de Cassation, has ruled that children born to surrogate mothers abroad have the right to a French birth certificate, given they have at...
‘SET Times’ reports that Balkan countries make efforts to ensure all children are registered at birth. In Kosovo currently 8 % of children are not registered, majority of whom are from...
‘United Nations News Centre’ reports that a report by UNICEF claims that 230 million children under the age of five do not officially ‘exist’ because their births were not...

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