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Campaign Update, January 2021 - March 2021

15 April 2021 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Country News

Campaign Update, October 2020 - December 2020

11 January 2021 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Country News

Campaign Update, July 2020 - September 2020

14 October 2020 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Country News

Ministry of Internal Affairs Order No. 607 of 1 September 2020: On Approval of the Regulations on the Legal Status Determination Concerning Individuals in the Territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan Who Are Not Citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan and Do Not Have a Proof of Citizenship of Another State

1 September 2020 | Publisher: National Legislative Bodies / National Authorities | Document type: National Legislation

Campaign Update, April 2020 - June 2020

16 July 2020 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Country News

High-Level Segment on Statelessness: Results and Highlights

May 2020 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Thematic Reports

Campaign Update, January 2020 - March 2020

22 April 2020 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Country News

Campaign Update, October 2019 - December 2019

20 January 2020 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Country News

CASE OF N.M. v. RUSSIA (Application no. 29343/18)

The Court applied the relevant general principles established in its jurisprudence in the case of F.G. v. Sweden (no. 43611/11) and in the context of removals from Russia to Central Asian States in Mamazhonov v. Russia (no. 17239/13): a) When examining the existence of substantial grounds for believing that the applicant faces a real risk of ill-treatment, the Court recalled that individuals whose extradition was sought by the Uzbek authorities on charges of religiously or politically motivated crimes constituted vulnerable groups facing a real risk of treatment contrary to Article 3 of the Convention in the event of their removal to Uzbekistan. The Court found that the applicant was accused of religiously motivated crimes on the basis of documents from the Uzbek authorities. It further considered that the Russian authorities had at their disposal sufficiently substantiated complaints pointing to a real risk of ill-treatment (§15-18). b) With respect to the duty to assess claims of a real risk of ill-treatment through reliance on sufficient relevant material, the Court concluded that the Russian authorities failed to assess the applicant’s claim adequately. The Court paid particular attention to the fact that domestic authorities did not carry out a rigorous scrutiny of the applicant’s and to the national courts’ simplistic rejections of the applicant’s claims (§19-21). c) On the existence of a real risk of ill-treatment or danger to life in their countries of origin, the Court reiterated that it has consistently concluded that the removal of an applicant charged with religiously motivated crimes in Uzbekistan exposes that applicant to a real risk of ill-treatment there (see for example: T.M. and Others v. Russia, no. 31189/15) (§22-23).

3 December 2019 | Judicial Body: Council of Europe: European Court of Human Rights | Document type: Case Law | Topic(s): Freedom from torture, inhuman and degrading treatment | Countries: Kazakhstan - Russian Federation - Uzbekistan

Joint Conclusions of the 2nd Regional Conference on the Right to Legal Identity and Prevention of Statelessness: Leaving No One Behind at Birth

6 September 2019 | Publisher: UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) | Document type: Conference Reports

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