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Building Blocks: Statelessness Around the World LEARNING RESOURCE


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Rohingya walk near the no man's land area between Bangladesh and Myanmar in the Palongkhali area next to Ukhia on October 19, 2017.

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In this resource from World101, students will learn how without a country to call their own, millions of people experience discrimination and persecution. 


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Introduction to Unit III: How The World Works...And Sometimes Doesn’t | World 101
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