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Nepal's Constitution Maintains Fatherhood Bias

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

"I am right now like a prisoner in my own country," says a young woman who can't get a passport and doesn't have hope to study abroad because her father isn't available to confer his citizenship on her. Nepal joins 27 countries with "dependent nationality" laws.



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