Professor Hélène Lambert writes for the International Affairs Forum about statelessness and refugeehood
Law 18 March 2016
Hélène Lambert, Professor of International Law at the University of Westminster, has provided a policy contribution to this issue. In an article entitled 'The Link between Statelessness and Refugeehood', she explores the interaction between the status of a 'stateless person' and a 'refugee' in international law and calls for a re-examination of this link.
You can read her article in the International Affairs Forum's Winter 2016 issue.
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