IDMC embarked on a research programme in December 2018 to investigate internal displacement associated with slow-onset disasters and environmental change.
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
Since IDMC began collecting data on displacement associated with disasters in 2008, natural hazards have triggered approximately 265 million new displacements, more than three times as many forced movements as those caused by conflict and violence.
The IOM Glossary on Migration is an accessible and extensive collection of definitions of migration-related terminology. It is designed for a broad range of actors engaging with migration at the international level. It also provides some insights on regional and national practices.
This year’s GRID focuses on urban internal displacement and presents new evidence on the humanitarian and development challenges presented by displacement to, between and within towns and cities.
Part 1 - The global displacement landscape presents the new global figures for the year of 2018. Data, contextual analysis and urban perspectives are presented in regional overviews and country spotlights.