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Migration for adaptation: a guidebook to integrate migration and translocality into community-based adaptation

Source(s):  Raks Thai Foundation (CARE Thailand)
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
University of Bonn
University of Vienna

This guidebook seeks to address a gap in the awareness and understanding of migration potentials and risks. It provides a theoretical framework and practical tools for assessing the impact of migration and translocality on the outcomes of development work at the local level and beyond and suggests activities for shaping migration outcomes positively. Thus, it can be a valuable resource in bringing the migration for adaptation concept into (trans-)local community development work.

This guide consists of two parts. The first part (chapters A and B) describes the background and the concepts of translocality and migration, and why they matter for community development. The second part (chapters C and D) provides practical and hands-on instructions for assessing the role of migration within a community, and for integrating this knowledge into community adaptation and development programming.



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  • Migration for adaptation: a guidebook to integrate migration and translocality into community-based adaptation
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Fuenfgeld, Hartmut; Sterly, Harald; Sakdapolrak, Patrick (eds.)
  • Number of pages 76 p.

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