El estudio ofrece un análisis de los estándares y recomendaciones del Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos y del Sistema Universal de Derechos Humanos, relacionados con la movilidad humana asociada con el cambio climático y los desastres.
As gasoline prices skyrocket in the Sunshine State, so does reluctance to obey hurricane evacuation orders, with a survey finding more than 40% of Florida respondents likely to put their pocketbooks ahead of their personal safety.
This paper presents empirical evidence on the links between climate change, migration and trafficking in two diverse areas affected by slow-onset and rapid-onset climatic events. It then unpacks the underlying drivers that policymakers should target.
As IIED launches new research demonstrating that climate change not only increases vulnerability but is leading to modern slavery, the chief executive of Anti-Slavery International reflects on the evidence so far and what needs to happen now.
This paper presents a conceptual model of climate change and human mobility interactions. The model outlines possible pathways connecting climate hazards and climate adaptation with different modes of human mobility.
To support an effective implementation process, this report reviews existing policies and legal instruments on regional and national level governing migration in the context of disasters, climate change and environmental degradation.
Recent years have seen a surge in people being displaced by disasters – often within their own countries. In 2020 alone, weather- and climate-related events led to more than 30 million people worldwide being displaced within their country.
IDMC's Global Report on Internal Displacement (GRID) is the world’s leading source of data and analysis on internal displacement. The 2022 edition includes a special focus on internally displaced children and youth.