Stateless Dignity Project
New York, USA
The Stateless Dignity Project advocates for the safety and dignity of stateless individuals and families worldwide, including through public advocacy, direct assistance, and asylum support. Our organization strives above all to support stateless people in accessing basic services tied to fundamental human rights—like access to education, healthcare, and livelihoods—as well as to find safe, welcoming homes for refugees and displaced persons suffering as a result of their lack of citizenship.
As a young organization founded in April 2018, we currently have one primary focus area: the Rohingya Program, which focuses on the needs of well over two million refugees around the world—nearly one million of whom currently reside in refugee camps in Bangladesh—as well as for displaced and other Rohingya still living in Myanmar.