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Costs Of Climate Inaction: Displacement And Distress Migration

Migration has been a historic, beneficial and important feature of communities across South Asia. However, climate change has deepened the severity and frequency of climate related hazards, pushing people to migrate at any cost, and subjecting them to health, housing, education, poverty, gender inequality and other crises. 

This report delves into how these issues intersect with displacement and distress migration, drawing from participatory research undertaken in five South Asian countries (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) as part of a joint project led by Climate Action Network South Asia (in collaboration with its members) and ActionAid.

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