Eastern Caribbean, 8-29 June 2021 - More than thirty immigration and border officials from the…
What do we know or not know about people on the move in the context of disasters and climate change? During this webinar, experts will share the state of the art and empirical evidence around diverse forms of human mobility and immobility in the context of environmental challenges, including empirical challenges, data and trends and projections for the future.
The discussion will be moderated by Atle Solberg, Head of the Platform on Disaster Displacement Secretariat.
- Justin Ginnetti, Independent Consultant
- Caroline Zickgraf, Hugo Observatory
- Kanta Kumari Rigaud, World Bank
- Luiza de Moura Pallone, South American Network for Environmental Migrations (RESAMA)
This session is the second in a seminar series convened by the Refugee Law Initiative and its Internal Displacement Research Programme, in partnership with the Platform on Disaster Displacement.
The series brings together diverse scholarly and practitioner perspectives on how law and policy can respond to global human mobility and environmental challenges. Its six topical sessions will be broadcast live in an interactive format via Zoom.
Register for the session: https://rli.sas.ac.uk/events/event/23013
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