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I Belong Vol 2 Cover with many people in a boat on a restless sea

I Belong Volume 2

Biblical Reflections on Statelessness
Edited by:
Semegnish Asfaw

This second publication of biblical reflections on statelessness presents new perspectives, including indigenous voices and reflections on the meaning of land. These texts can be valuable tools for discussion and reflection during Bible studies in congregations and communities around the world.

Specs: 100 pages; size 5.83 x 8.27inch; paper and PDF; perfect; 4-colour cover
ISBN: 978-2-8254-1780-5
Shelving/Topics: Bible/Spirituality
Rights: World, all languages
Price: 12USD, 12CHF, 11EUR

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Discrimination and exclusion are at the root of statelessness

Pope Francis, in his 2021 message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, said:

"We are all in the same boat and called to work together so that there will be no more walls that separate us, no longer others, but only a single 'we', encompassing all of humanity."

Yet, millions of stateless people around the world live on the margins of the margins because they are not recognized as citizens by any country. Their lack of legal identity puts them in a state of increased vulnerability.