Passport Workshop Reflection-River Meng

This workshop is an awesome experience for me, especially as a “stateless” person. I’ve vaguely heard this term before the workshop, but I never know what does this word really embody. I learned today that being “stateless” means no right to vote, no guarantee for human rights, and daily exposure to danger. The number of stateless people during session was far greater than I’ve imagined, which is perhaps an accurate reflection of the stateless people in real life. This session has exposed me to this brand new social issue and I will definitely pay more attention to people who are identified as stateless in the future.

The cover my travel document issued by Chinese government in 1946
Description of Stateless

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