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The legal protection of climate refugees in East Africa
Victor Nyamori, an international migration practitioner and refugee rights lawyer in East Africa, shares his thoughts on the legal protection of climate refugees in the Horn of Africa. This is part of the series on Climate Change and Migration in Africa. (from Africa Portal)
Resolving climate change-induced migration and conflict in South Sudan
Nhial Tiitmamer, Director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Programme at the Sudd Institute, shares his research into climate-change, migration, and conflict in South Sudan and offers solutions for mediation. This is part of the series on Climate Change and Migration in Africa. (from Africa Portal)
The Complete Africa Portal Series
The Climate Change and Migration in Africa Series
Seeks to shed light on these interconnected issues and contribute to a growing body of policy work to enable civil society and governments to navigate these challenges and prevent a human crisis across the continent: The World Bank has estimated that climate change could cause more than 86 million people to migrate within Africa by 2050 alone. This series comprised engagements with experts on the issue of climate-change induced migration in Africa and a policy briefs competition among academics, researchers and civil society from all corners of the continent. (from Africa Portal)