Human Mobility and Climate Related Policies and Processes

A virtual policy discussion on “Human Mobility and Climate-related Policies and Processes” jointly hosted by International Organisation for Migration and SLYCAN Trust.



Conversemos sobre Migración - Amenazas Ambientales y Movilidad Humana

Pablo Escribano, Especialista Temático Regional en Migración, Medio Ambiente y Cambio Climático de la OIM and Jonas Bergmann, Investigador del Instituto Potsdam para la Investigación sobre el Impacto del Cambio Climático (PIK), conversan sobre la


Africa Virtual Workshop Series Opening Plenary - 27 April 2021

On 27 April 2021, over 140 researchers and practitioners working across Africa and beyond, gathered to mark to beginning of the Virtual Workshop Series on ‘Developing a Research and Policy Agenda for Addressing Displacement and Migration in the Context of Disasters and Climate Change in Africa’. 


Migration, Environment and Climate Change Issues in West and Central Africa

What is the link between migration, environment and climate change in West and Central Africa? And what is the role of IOM?


Migration and Coastal Erosion in Senegal

In Senegal, more than 52% of the population live in coastal areas. IOM showcases how sea level rise and coastal erosion have affected lives and livelihoods over the years. These are stories from the community, in Rufisque.   


Migration, Agriculture and Urbanization in Senegal

With one in five of its households being a farmer household, Rufisque district in Senegal is renowned by internal and international migrant workers for its agriculture.


Migration and Agroecology in Morocco and Senegal

Agroecology is an agricultural model resilient to climate change, good for biodiversity, and gives the opportunity to people to diversify their sources of income.


Key Messages from the HLP Pacific Regional Consultation on Internal Displacement

Listen to the key messages that came out from the meeting: Pacific Region


Climate Change and Forced Migration: A Crisis in the Making

Sea level rise, flooding, wildfires, droughts, and other disasters are increasing due to climate change, putting stress on communities and even forcing people to leave their homes.