32. The Committee recommends that the State party strengthen and further develop institutional structures that are accessible and free in order to implement effective birth registration, e.g. by introducing mobile units, especially in rural and remote areas to ensure that all children born within the national territory are registered. The Committee furthermore recommends that the State party ensure that the lack of registration does not impose an impediment to school attendance. The Committee recommends that the State party seek technical assistance from UNICEF for the implementation of these recommendations.
34. The Committee urges that State party to:
(a) Take the necessary measures to ensure that no child is or risks being stateless, in accordance of article 7 of the Convention;
(b) Consider acceding to the 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons and the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness;
63. The Committee recommends that the State party, in light of its obligations under articles 28, 2 and 30 of the Convention, provide education for all children within its jurisdiction, including for children of Nepalese ethnic origin, non-Bhutanese and stateless children.
64. The Committee notes information by the State party report indicating efforts to negotiate an agreement for Bhutanese refugees living in camps in Eastern Nepal (...)
65. The Committee recommends that the State party:
(b) Ensure the transparency of the procedure for the determination of the nationality of refugees, and based on the right to a nationality and the right to leave and return to one’s country, with due consideration of the best interests of the child;
Protection/Enjoyment of rights
(Forced) migration context