At a time when a record-high number of people have been forced to flee their homes across the world, a new study by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) clearly establishes that high levels of food insecurity lead to higher levels of migration across borders.
A policy brief on Climate Justice and Human Rights with a focus on food security, nutrition, health and gender equity has been launched during the COP20 in Lima. This paper has been published to develop recommendations on how the international community, governments, UN and social movements can bring these issues into climate negotiations.
This publication is a research protocol and field guide, developed for the Where the Rain Falls research project. The project aims to improve the understanding about how rainfall variability affects food and livelihood security, and undertook research in eight case study countries.