Environmental Degradation

IOM MENA Regional Position Paper: Migration and Water in the Middle East and North Africa

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In the Middle East and North Africa, migration is a key trend. The region hosts roughly 14 per cent of the global international migrant stock (refugees and other interna-tional migrants), including those originating from within the region and those arriving from outside the region.

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Planned Relocation Guidelines A framework to undertake climate change related relocation

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This document provides guidance for the Government of the Republic of Fiji and all Other Stakeholders present in Fiji, to consider planned relocation solutions for the affected communities as part of their adaptation strategies in relation to disasters and climate change related slow-onset events occurring on the territory of Fiji.

More specifically, the purpose of this document is:

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No matter of choice: displacement in a changing climate - Research agenda and call for partners

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Internal displacement associated with slow-onset environmental change and disasters is a complex and dynamic phenomenon. Often hard to distinguish from internal migration, displacement driven by gradually evolving environmental change is primarily a development issue.

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GCM Second Informal Thematic Session - Co-facilitators’ Summary

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Global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration

Second informal thematic session on “Addressing drivers of migration, including the adverse effects of climate change, natural disasters and human-made crises, through protection and assistance, sustainable development and poverty eradication, conflict prevention and resolution”

22-23 May 2017, United Nations Headquarters, New York

Co-facilitators’ summary

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PDD Messages to Inform the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration: Human Mobility in the Context of Disasters and the Adverse Effects of Climate Change

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The Global Compact for Migration (GCM) offers a unique opportunity to build on global frameworks and instruments to address the challenges of human mobility in the context of disasters and the adverse effects of climate change and to synthesize their messages in a coherent and cross-cutting way. Member States were encouraged to promote these messages during the GCM process.

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