Minorities and Statelessness
The Centre is investigating the interconnections between minorities’ legal status, discrimination and social inclusion.
Researching statelessness in the Asia-Pacific region
The Asia-Pacific hosts one of the largest numbers of known stateless people in the world, and is a priority for the Centre's research efforts.
Critical Statelessness Studies Project
This project interrogates dominant narratives and approaches in the contemporary study of statelessness.
A Place to Call Home – Child Statelessness in Australia
This project examines the legal and administrative barriers stateless children in Australia face in obtaining Australian citizenship.
Statelessness and International Refugee Law
This project examines the extent to which the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees protects de jure stateless persons.
Nomadic Peoples and Statelessness
This research project is a response to the lack of information on the citizenship or statelessness status of nomadic groups globally and the challenges these groups face in this regard.
Deprivation of Citizenship
Measures depriving citizens of nationality on security grounds are being used with increasing frequency across developed countries.
Legal Identity in the Sustainable Development Goals
The issue of legal identity has seen in recent years a rapid ascent on the agendas of national and international policymakers.
Citizenship and Statelessness in India
India is in the midst of a crisis around citizenship and statelessness.