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How to secure legal aid for statelessness applications

How to secure legal aid for statelessness applications

Recently, after being introduced to someone, I mentioned that I work on statelessness policy. When faced with the confused look I am growing to recognise when I tell people about my work, I began to explain: some people don’t have ...

Cynthia Orchard

Cynthia is Legal Policy Officer at Asylum Aid. She has previously worked with UNHCR (London), REDRESS, BADIL (the Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights), Oxford’s Refugee Studies Centre, and several other NGOs. Her work at Asylum Aid focuses mainly on statelessness and LGBTI issues.

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