Kansas Law Review Symposium

Statelessness and Belonging: Perspectives on Human Migration
Sitting at the intersection of international, immigration and human rights law, statelessness involves the issues that lead communities and individuals to lack a nationality, or, in a broader sense, to be marginalized, excluded and removed from the protection of a legal system due to their nationality.
October 24, 2014
08:30 am - 04:30 pm
Green Hall
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