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The Paris Agreement builds upon the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and for the first time brings all nations into a common cause to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change and adapt to its effects, with enhanced support to assist developing countries to do so.
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01 January 2015
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The Sendai Framework articulates the need for improved understanding of disaster risk in all its dimensions of exposure, vulnerability and hazard characteristics; the strengthening of disaster risk governance, including national platforms; accountability for disaster risk management; preparedness to...
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01 January 2015
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This report examines the progress made in 2018 for the implementation of IOM’s Strategic Work Plan on Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience 2017–2020, adopted three years ago. The findings presented are grounded in data collected from 65 IOM country offices worldwide.
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01 January 2020
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Housing, land and property (HLP) issues arise in most crisis situations, in conflict, as well as natural disasters.
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01 January 2018
This report examines migration trends around the world—both internal and international—in the context of environmental change over the next 50 years.
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01 January 2011
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This paper finds that emigration rises on average as GDP per capita initially rises in poor countries, slowing after roughly US$5,000 at purchasing power parity, and reversing after roughly $10,000.
Date of publication:
18 August 2020
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This paper analyzes the impact of economic development (expressed as gross domestic product, GDP) on international migration. The findings suggest that emigration rates are relatively low in low-income settings, rise with rising GDP per capita, and decline at high income levels.
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01 January 2020
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This paper aims to inform policymakers of the complex dynamics of climate-induced migration in LDCs, LLDCs and SIDS. It provides an overview of the migration and climate change nexus in each group of countries and proposes ways forward to address it.
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01 January 2019
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This Atlas includes maps, callouts and infographics on migration and related topics, including: rural migrants’ profile, main migration routes and migration patterns by countries and sub-regions, numbers of internal and external migrants, domestic and international remittances, main rural out...
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01 January 2017
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IOM Outlook on Migration, Environment and Climate Change aims to bring together in one easy-to-access reference document the knowledge accrued by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and to present IOM’s role, understanding and approach to environmental migration.
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01 January 2014
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This World Bank report, which focuses on three regions, finds that climate change will push tens of millions of people to migrate within their countries by 2050.
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01 January 2018
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The Development Assistance Committee (DAC) Recommendation on the Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus was adopted by the DAC at its Senior Level Meeting on 22 February 2019.
Date of publication:
18 December 2020
This light guidance was developed by WHO and UNHCR on behalf of the IASC Results Group 4 on Humanitarian-Development Collaboration and in consultation with the UN Joint Steering Committee to Advance Humanitarian and Development Collaboration (JSC).
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01 May 2020
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The issue paper contributes to inter-agency reflections on what the Peace component of the Humanitarian-Development- Peace Nexus (HDPN) might and can look like, with an emphasis on the possible engagement pathways along a peace spectrum within humanitarian action.
Date of publication:
18 October 2020
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This report is built around the quantitative analysis of the variables that explain international migration, including the characteristics of a country of origin, bilateral relations between countries such as trade relations and the features of destination countries.
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31 December 2018
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This guide offers practical guidance to help policymakers integrate disaster displacement and other related forms of human mobility into regional, national, sub-national and local disaster risk reduction strategies in accordance with the Sendai Framework.
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31 December 2019
This report focuses on the latest data on migration between 1995 and 2015 and uses a new three-way categorization of countries.
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18 December 2020
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This article provides a survey of existing theories and paradigms regarding the question of why people migrate. It espouses the view that migration is an inevitable part of the human experience.
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31 December 2014
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This research report looks at the determinants of migration, migration patterns as well as the economic drivers of migration. It discusses how to create sustainable migration regimes that can deliver economic and social gains for everyone in the generations to come.
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31 December 2018
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The purpose of the present document is to consider the nexus between migration and development from the perspective of research in the social and human sciences and to contribute and enhance the knowledge base available for policy design and implementation.
Date of publication:
26 January 2017
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