Nationality of Foundlings: Avoiding Statelessness Among Children of Unknown Parents Under International Nationality Law (Evidence


This is the first book dedicated to clarifying the concept of foundlings and how to best prevent their statelessness in light of the object and purpose of Article 2 of the 1961 UN Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness and equivalent nationality law provisions. Among other features, the book defines the terms foundling, including the maximum age limit of the child to be considered a foundling unknown parents being found in a territory and proof to the contrary as well as the procedural issues such as the appropriate burden and standard of proof. In doing so, the book draws upon a comparative analysis of national legislation on foundlings covering 193 states, case law, and precedents in some states as well as international human rights law norms including the best interests of the child. As its conclusion, the book proposes an inclusive model foundling provision and a commentary to inform legislative efforts and interpretation of the existing provisions. Its findings are useful not only to state parties to the 1961 Convention but also to non-state parties, particularly in countries lacking systematic civil documentation or experiencing the effects of armed conflicts, migration, trafficking, and displacement.

Authors: Mai Kaneko-Iwase

Date: 2021

Upload Date: 9/29/2021 11:31:57 AM

Format: rar

Pages: 472

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 9811630046

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