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Statelessness in Hungary (2010)

Having a nationality is like the air to breathe. One takes it for granted and only realises its importance when it is missing. Currently, there are at least 12 million stateless persons in the world, who lack not only a country to call home, but in many cases – without any official registration or documents – also a proper “legal existence”. Statelessness has long been an unjustifiably forgotten issue of international protection and human rights.

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Foreigners in Hungary – A Guide for Journalists (2011)

Is it true that most immigrants are Chinese in Hungary? Is it correct to talk about “economic refugees”? Foreigners are more likely to commit criminal acts than Hungarians, aren’t they? What is the difference between expulsion and extradition? Is it true that in Hungary the number of immigrants has been radically increasing in recent years?

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Expulsion and Human Rights

“Expulsion and Human Rights” is a brief guidance document intended primarily for judges on how to apply the prohibition of torture, inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment in expulsion and extradition cases (by Gábor Gyulai).

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Statelessness in Hungary (2010)

Having a nationality is like the air to breathe. One takes it for granted and only realises its importance when it is missing. Currently, there are at least 12 million stateless persons in the world, who lack not only a country to call home, but in many cases – without any official registration or documents – also a proper “legal existence”.

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