This year’s Africa Report on Internal Displacement represents a timely and relevant contribution to the discussion on internal displacement and its relation to sustainable development in Africa. It provides reliable and up-to-date evidence about the scale of internal displacement in the continent and discusses what is driving it across different contexts.
Assessing migration in the context of climate change, Nash draws on empirical research to offer a unique analysis of policy-making in the field. This detailed account is a vital step in understanding the links between global discourses on human mobilities, climate change and specific policy responses. An important contribution to several ongoing debates in academia and beyond.
Authors: Biliana Cicin-Sain, Miriam Balgos, Alexis Maxwell, Vanessa C.S.
Дидгоҳи Созмони Байналмилалии Муҳоҷират (СБМ) оид ба муҳоҷират, муҳити зист ва тағйирёбии иқлим ин аст, ки идоракунии муосири муҳоҷират, сиёсат ва амалия бояд аҳамияти омилҳои муҳити зист, офатҳои табиӣ ва тағйирёбии иқлимро ба муҳоҷирати инсон инъикос намояд. Омилҳои муҳити зист бояд бо ҳамаи чаҳор соҳаи идоракунии муҳоҷират ҳамгиро карда шаванд, мисли: пешгирӣ, омодагӣ ва аксуламал ба аз ҷо беҷошавии одамон, идоракунии сарҳад, муҳоҷирати меҳнатӣ ва ҳамгирошавӣ, бозгашт ва реинтегратсия.
Background: Despite an increase in scholarly and policy interest regarding the impacts of environmental change on migration, empirical knowledge in the field remains varied, patchy, and limited. Generalised discourse on environmental migration frequently oversimplifies the complex channels through which environmental change influences the migration process
Land remains the most fundamental asset for the majority of vulnerable populations living in developing countries, as their livelihoods are directly linked to agriculture. Land degradation is a pervasive systemic phenomenon that can take many problematic forms, including chemical contamination and pollution, salinity, soil erosion, nutrient depletion, overgrazing, deforestation, and desertification.