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Lawyer who scoured remote valleys for undocumented people receives UN refugee award
by Harriet Barber
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3 October 2019
On 3 October 2019 The Telegraph reported:
A lawyer who travelled throughout his country on horseback to ensure that more than 10,000 people got vital documents, giving them access to health care and other services, will be honoured by the United Nations next week. Azizbek Ashurov, who helped the Kyrgyz Republic become the first country in the world to eradicate statelessness, will receive the UN's Nansen Refugee Award on Monday.
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