Those quick to call-out are often not clamouring for Indigenous nations’ jurisdiction over citizenship, nor are they demanding “pretendians” be held accountable to Indigenous nations.
The controversy over critical race theory is an opportunity for Americans to examine how other democracies deal with diverse viewpoints in public schools, an education policy expert argues.
It is not acceptable for the law to disregard, or further constrain, the reality of First Nations’ prior possession of this country.
The book reveals an insidious, unthinking form of racial hierarchy.
Stoic philosopher Epictetus tells us not to worry about things we can’t control, prepare for the unexpected and slow down on the judginess. This is great lockdown advice over 2,000 years later.
When it comes to civil registrations, some states are using exclusionary mechanisms to block anyone it considers undesirable, as happened to Dominicans of Haitian descent.
Polish-born Holocaust survivor paved the way for atheists to refuse pledge to God in citizenship oath. But discrimination against nonreligious Americans remains.
A new Netflix documentary gives an intimate look into Naomi Osaka finding her voice in the world.
Ghana’s latest population census offers a window into the contested terrain of population statistics.
At the heart of accusations of a crowded curriculum are concerns key areas — such as literacy and numeracy — will be compromised by an insidious creep towards content such as gender issues.
Joe Biden’s efforts to increase refugee resettlement could boost the number of stakeholders actively involved. But Canada’s experiences with private sponsorship contain lessons for the U.S.
The pandemic has highlighted our expat population. And yet we don’t have precise or up-to-date information about Australians overseas.
Everyone from human rights experts to famous cricketers are expressing their disgust at the federal government’s India travel ban. Its legality depends on what laws you are looking at.
Canada needs a better framework to understand and analyze the participation of women who marry ISIS soldiers — and find ways to hold them accountable
When the Cherokee Supreme Court ruled that tribal elected officials no longer had to be Cherokee “by blood,” it was the latest chapter in a long-running fight over who controls tribal citizenship.
The alleged Islamic State ‘terrorist’ was deprived of her citizenship under a now-abandoned automatic process, without any Australian official evaluating her case.
Some do so of their own accord, using airport amenities to meet their basic needs. Others, however, would rather be anywhere else – and find themselves at the mercy of bureaucratic wrangling.
The trans-Tasman diplomatic stand-off is complicated by the fate of two young children. Their rights will be central to resolving the situation.
Only 38% of year 10 students reached the benchmark of knowledge on civics and citizenship required for their year level in 2019.
A British citizen living in France argues they had the right to assume their status upon moving there would not change in the future against their will.