Climate crisis and displacement: from commitment to action


Forced Migration Review issue 69 includes a major feature on ‘Climate crisis and displacement: from commitment to action’ in which authors examine how high-level policy commitments can be translated into concrete action in order to address the impacts of the climate crisis on human mobility. The issue also includes three articles on other topics: women, peace and security in displacement; cash transfers in Turkey; and asylum accommodation in the UK.


FMR 69 will be printed in English, Arabic, French and Spanish in two formats: a magazine and an Editors’ briefing (the Editors’ briefing includes four pages of content summary, plus a two-page listing of all articles with weblinks). If you require copies of the magazine and/or the Editors’ briefing, please email telling us how many copies you require of which product and in which language, plus your full postal address.

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We would like to thank the following donors who are supporting this issue specifically: German Federal Foreign Office * Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, with the support of the European Union under the Pacific Response to Disaster Displacement project * International Organization for Migration * Platform on Disaster Displacement * Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung * UNHCR Office of the Special Advisor on Climate Action and the Division of International Protection.

We also wish to thank our advisors to this issue, including Alice Baillat, Sarah Koeltzow, Atle Solberg and our International Advisors.