National Identity & Citizenship

Are religious minorities particularly exposed to arbitrary deprivation of citizenship and statelessness?

This educational platform presents audio-visual
tools such as films, and expert interviews, using
examples mainly from South East Asia.

Topic Introduction

States must follow human rights standards to prevent arbitrariness and statelessness. Discrimination on religious grounds is prohibited. How can comparative studies help identify root causes to discrimination on such grounds?

Course: National Identity & Citizenship

Identifying various factors that influence the right to citizenship for religious minorities through digital tools

This online course examines the interplay between religious and national identity, statelessness and citizenship in conflict-ridden societies, particularly in South-East Asia.

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