Climate change and migration: Legal and policy challenges and responses to environmentally induced migration

Study

Published July 2020

EU / Global

Extract

This study, commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the LIBE Committee, examines legal and policy responses to environmental migration and displacement. Following a review of international, regional and national initiatives and legal instruments, it offers recommendations on ways to better address root causes and consequences of the climate change-migration nexus in Europe and beyond.

TRAFIG Working Paper No. 2 “Learning from the past. Protracted displacement in the post-World War II period”

Working Paper

Published February 2020

TRAFIG Working Paper No. 3 “Governing protracted displacement. An analysis across global, regional and domestic contexts”

Working Paper

Published January 2020

Resilience in the Face of Adversity: A Comparative Study of Migrants in Crisis Situations

Study

Published January 2018

Integrated Findings in Addressing Demand and Policy Recommendations

Working Paper

Published October 2017

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