Legally Invisible Persons

Legally invisible persons do not have the possibility to live their lives like other citizens. Those are persons who are not recognized as legal subjects, who cannot conclude marriage; they are outside the system of education, health care and social welfare. They are not welcome, not wanted and consider themselves socially excluded – without the possibility to influence such state. They are the most marginalized and vulnerable group, exposed to various forms of discrimination in all areas of social and cultural life.

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