While the United Nations states that citizenship is a human right, not everyone is legally recognised as a citizen of any country. There is a large demographic of people globally that are stateless which makes it difficult for them to access basic services. However, the UN’s 1954 and 1961 convention on statelessness has aimed to combat that by ensuring that stateless people still enjoy a minimum of civil liberties such as education and housing whilst attempting to reduce the number of stateless people over time.
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