Human Rights Quarterly
By exploring statelessness through legal, theoretical, and practical lenses, this article presents a broad examination of the human rights of stateless persons. The article delineates the rights of stateless persons as enunciated in various human rights instruments; presents the mechanisms of, and paths to, statelessness; illustrates the practical struggles of stateless persons by highlighting the plights of various stateless populations; examines how the problem of statelessness is being addressed; and considers the complex political and regional forces affecting policies towards stateless persons. The article concludes with recommendations regarding remedies and solutions for statelessness.
David Weissbrodt and Clay Collins, The Human Rights of Stateless Persons, 28 Hum. Rts. Q. 245 (2006), available at https://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/412.