Welcome to Parichay’s blog — a repository on citizenship and allied issues
with an emphasis on the Global South.
- Call for Applications: Statelessness Intensive Course 2023The Peter McMullin Centre for Statelessness is inviting applications for its Statelessness Intensive Course 2022, to be held online in February 2023. Over the last four years, the Peter McMullin Centre’s Statelessness Intensive Course has established itself in the statelessness studies calendar as a world-class program, offering an invaluable learning experience for a diverse cohort… Continue reading Call for Applications: Statelessness Intensive Course 2023
- Interview with Dr Rimple MehtaRimple Mehta is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Western Sydney University. She has previously worked at the School of Social Work, Tata Institute for Social Sciences, Mumbai and School of Women’s Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Her research and field engagements broadly focus on women in prison, refugee women, and human trafficking. She engages… Continue reading Interview with Dr Rimple Mehta
- Nepal’s Citizenship Amendment Act: A Long-Awaited Yet Short-Sighted AchievementDeirdre Brennan is PhD candidate at the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness, at the University of Melbourne, where she also co-coordinates the Critical Statelessness Studies Project. Her doctoral thesis is concerned with the ‘ethics of care’ in activism against Nepal’s gender discriminatory nationality laws: how do the pervasive, yet unseen, social functions of care, relationships,… Continue reading Nepal’s Citizenship Amendment Act: A Long-Awaited Yet Short-Sighted Achievement