Kuwait: The ‘Withouts’ of Kuwait: Nationality for stateless Bidun now
More than 100,000 stateless Bidun people live in Kuwait. Many were born there and belong to families who have lived there for generations. Yet in this oil-rich land of plenty, most of these Bidun face severe restrictions on their access to employment, health care, education and the state support enjoyed by Kuwaiti citizens. when Bidun have protested to demand their rights, they have faced violence and repression.
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