Timnah Baker

Research Fellow, Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne

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Politics & Society

History repeating: Losing citizenship in India

The Indian National Register of Citizens aims to separate 4 million “illegal” immigrants from “legitimate” residents. So, what does history tell us about the impact of removing citizenship?

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Politics & Society

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

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