In exciting news, and following a number of years of consultations and planning, the Statelessness Network Asia Pacific (SNAP) is now officially registered as an organisation in Australia under the new name Nationality for All.  A name that encapsulates our vision and work ahead.

In the region with the highest percentage of stateless people worldwide, Nationality for All works as a regional NGO in partnership with civil society in the Asia-Pacific region, continuing SNAP’s goal of promoting collaboration on addressing statelessness. 

Having seen how strategic partnerships can impact meaningful change for stateless populations, we are building and further developing these partnerships in target countries, while creating connections and tools for evidence-based action, and facilitating and supporting engagement of governments and communities for solutions.

The Nationality for All team: Davina Wadley (Board Chair), Vivienne Chew, (Board Member), Grant Mitchell (Executive Director), Hannah Gordon (Program Coordinator), Jess Laidler (Community Engagement Focal Point) and Madonna Palmer (Admin).

Vision

That the rights of all people affected by statelessness in the Asia Pacific region are realised.

Mission

To promote the rights of all people affected by statelessness in the Asia Pacific — including the right to a nationality — through strategic and solution-based partnerships.

Vision

That the rights of all people affected by statelessness in the Asia Pacific region are realised.

Mission

To promote the rights of all people affected by statelessness in the Asia Pacific — including the right to a nationality — through strategic and solution-based partnerships.

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