GREG CONSTANTINE:  Greg Constantine is an independent documentary photographer from the US.  Constantine spent ten years (2005-2015) working on the project Nowhere People, which was the first photographic exploration and investigation into the issue of statelessness and the human cost of statelessness.  The project  exposes the struggle of stateless individuals and communities in eighteen countries around the world. An series of inter-related photography books from the project was launched: Kenya's Nubians: Then & Now (2011), Exiled To Nowhere: Burma's Rohingya (2012) and Nowhere People (2015).  Exhibitions of his work on statelessness have been shown in over 25 cities around the world. 

INSTITUTE ON STATELESSNESS & INCLUSION: The Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to leading an integrated, inter-disciplinary response to the injustice of statelessness and exclusion. Established in August 2014, it is the first global centre of expertise and action committed to promoting the rights of stateless persons and reducing statelessness worldwide. The Institute believes in the value of research, education, partnership and advocacy.  It aims to develop and share their skills and expertise with partners in civil society, academia, the UN and governments, and to serve as a catalyst for change.

EUROPEAN NETWORK ON STATELESSNESS: The European Network on Statelessness (ENS) is a network of non-governmental organizations, academic initiatives and individual experts committed to address statelessness in Europe. ENS believes that all human beings have a right to a nationality and that those who lack nationality altogether -stateless persons- are entitled to adequate protection. ENS is dedicated to strengthening the often unheard voice of stateless persons in Europe, and to advocate for full respect of their human rights.  ENS conducts and supports legal and policy development, awareness-raising and capacity building activities.