Fragility and conflict

Humanitarian crisis, conflict, post-conflict, peacebuilding, violence.

Latest Fragility and conflict additions in the Knowledge Base

Cover and source: Overseas Development Institute
Building Forward Better argues for a new way of thinking about and delivering the climate agenda in fragile and conflict-affected situations.
Early warning
WMO and its partners are stepping up efforts to make sure that nobody is left behind in the international drive towards Early Warnings For All.
World Meteorological Organization (WMO)
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
Wars and insecurity can complicate getting help to the people who are most at risk from climate-change-related threats. Requirements for donors also stand in the way of cash flow to fragile countries but tracking how money is spent can be more difficult.
This paper explores what is driving the conflict-climate gap, and what we know about armed group behaviour and potential forms of engagement.
In a country raged by nine years of conflict, where 4.5 million people have become displaced, the definition of home varies significantly. For Faiz, home is where his family is.
International Organization for Migration
Migrants walk towards Türkiye’s Pazarkule border crossing with Greece’s Kastanies, Edirne, Türkiye
Over the last few years, the ICRC has carried out analysis on reducing the impacts of the climate and environment crisis on people enduring conflict, notably captured in a new report, Weathering the Storm.
International Committee of the Red Cross
This policy report explores avenues to strengthen the resilience to growing climate risks and environmental degradation for people living in places affected by conflict and violence.
Cover and source: Conciliation Resources
This paper is based on the experience of peace and climate change programming in the Bangsamoro, in the Philippines, Karamoja in Uganda, and Kashmir examining the junction of climate change and conflict.

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