To mark the international day of non-violence, more than 3,000 protesters from the stateless community of Kuwait (Bedoon) marched to demand their rights to citizenship.
In a recent project, the Women Refugees’ Commission produced a short film on the plight of children of stateless fathers and citizen mothers in both
In a parliamentary session held late May, Member of the parliament Adel Al-Khrafi directed questions to the Minister of Interior Affairs Sheikh Ahmed Al-Humood Al-Sabah
A group of 29 academics and writers issued a petition demanding the parliament’s committee for Human Rights to put regulations for naturalization of Bedoon regardless
[Copy of the votes’ sheet of the parliament to the naturalization decision] From the BBC: “Kuwait’s parliament has passed a bill to grant citizenship to
Kuwaiti political activist Dr. Al-Semawi suggests a Bedoon plan to the Amir Political Activist Dr. Fahad Al-Semawi submitted suggestion to resolve the issue of Bedoon
After having changed the electoral law in Kuwait with a “decree of necessity” that put the country in massive protests, the Bedoon have campaign on
Last March, Bedoon rights and many Bedoon advocates have been warning of the new policy passed by the discriminatory governmental establishment “The Central agency of
A group of Bedoon activists have issued today (23 September 20120) the following statement demanding the government to take immediate actions and stop the violations
Many families are still stateless despite losing their fathers for the liberation of Kuwait or for the Arab wars that Kuwait took a part of.