In this, the final episode of the Paperless People Podcast, we reflect on what we have learned from the series and try to explore possible solutions to the issues raised.
After highlighting the risks of SDG Goal 16.9, in this episode we hear from a range of experts on how we can help to make people visible, without leaving them excluded, and as more people gain a ‘legal identity’, we discuss ideas on how to ensure those left without are able to benefit from development processes.
With thanks to the following people for participating in this episode:
- Joshua Castellino, Minority Rights Group International (MRG) and Middlesex University
- Laura Goodwin, Namati
- Kata Buzkich, Microjustice4all
- Peter van Sluijs, Cordaid
- Laura van Waas, Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion
Please join the conversation, send us your ideas, reflections and feedback on #PaperlessPeople to our twitter @institute_si or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This podcast series was produced by the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion was hosted by Senior Researcher, Zahra Albarazi. The podcasts were supported by the Knowledge Platform for Security and the Rule of Law (Knowledge Management Fund) and created with the help of podcast expert Andy Clark who you can reach via www.podcasting4u.com