More than 15 million people around the world are stateless, meaning they have no nationality in any country. Without citizenship, they cannot study, work, own land, or sometimes even marry. Thailand has one of the largest stateless populations in the world. A few weeks ago, in a village on the Thai-Myanmar border, I met a stateless boy named Wakuloo. He hopes to become a Thai national, but the process is anything but easy. I wrote a story about Wakuloo and statelessness for The Christian Science Monitor.
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