Human Mobility

Migrant workers walk on the highway on their journey back home during a nationwide lockdown to fight the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, in Mumbai, India (2021)
New Groundswell report projects that 216 million people in six regions could move within their countries by 2050.
This sequel to the Groundswell report includes projections and analysis of internal climate migration for three new regions: East Asia and the Pacific, North Africa, and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Climate and Migration in East and the Horn of Africa
For this study, the IOM RDH in Nairobi partnered with the Humanitarian Geoanalytics Program at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative to leverage spatial analytics to investigate migration flows in the East and Horn of Africa and Yemen.
No matter of choice - Displacement in a changing climate
This report introduces an analytical framework to better understand the drivers, triggers and impacts of internal displacement in the context of climate change.
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This article seeks to explore learners’ safety in disaster-induced displacement schools in Zimbabwe. 
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This briefing paper seeks to better understand the unique risks, challenges and impacts indigenous peoples and tribal groups face in displacement.
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In this study, agent-based tsunami evacuation simulations that can reflect the behavior of residents and real-time changes in the situation were conducted in Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, Mexico.
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India has witnessed a rapid pace of migration from areas with intensive agriculture to populated megacities, which are faced with increasing threat from climate hazards. Greater attention is needed for vulnerable new migrants.
No link currently shows climate change is driving migration out of East Africa, despite widespread acceptance that human mobility is a key impact of climate change.
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This publication discusses how to avoid the worst possible scenarios when it comes to environmental migration.