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Malaysia’s Invisible Poor: The Stateless Community

A stateless person has no legal bond between any government or country. Without legal documentation, no government is obliged to provide basic citizen rights such as access to education, healthcare, employment, housing options and protection.

More often than not these communities are treated as unwanted foreigners or left to fend for themselves. This paper aims to explore the different aspects of poverty that impacts the stateless community in Malaysia.

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