Hannah Gordon

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Hannah Gordon (BA and JD the University of Melbourne) is a PhD Candidate at the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness. Hannah has worked in the statelessness sector since 2019 first in research at the Peter McMullin Centre on Statelessness and later as part of Nationality for All.

In her time with Nationality for All, Hannah was Lead Researcher on the Statelessness Encyclopedia Asia Pacific (SEAP) and advised on the formation of the Statelessness and Dignified Citizenship Coalition (SDCC) a regional coalition of affected persons, NGOs and individuals working towards addressing statelessness in the Asia Pacific.

Hannah is an admitted lawyer, and her research seeks to bridge the gap between theory and practice. She is strongly influenced by her experiences working with persons affected by statelessness across the Asia Pacific and her thesis focuses on the current approaches to addressing statelessness in the region.