Addressing Statelessness On A Case By Case Basis
Hartini Zainuddin, Co-Founder, Yayasan Chow Kit | Sharmilla Sekaran, Chairperson, Voice of the Children | Virman Juri
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We look into the attention that Rohana Abdullah's citizenship struggles have gotten from both the Prime Minister and Home Minister, and why her case stood out to policy makers. Then we look at what it means for others in similar situations, and whether stakeholders believe it can be a catalyst for true policy reform. Finally, we catch up with Virman, a stateless person, about what applying for citizenship is really like.
Image Source: Alii Sher, Shutterstock
Produced by: Alia Zefri, Jeremy Ng, Natasha Fusil
Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn
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Categories: politics, social issues, people and places
Tags: Rohana Abdullah, Citizenship Law, evening edition, inside story, statelessness, stateless children,