Promoting human security and minimizing conflict associated with forced migration in the Pacific region

Corendea, Cosmin, Bello, Valeria and Bryar, Timothy (2015). Promoting human security and minimizing conflict associated with forced migration in the Pacific region. Pacific Policy Brief. Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, UNU-GCM, UNU-EHS.

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  • Sub-type Policy brief
    Author Corendea, Cosmin
    Bello, Valeria
    Bryar, Timothy
    Title Promoting human security and minimizing conflict associated with forced migration in the Pacific region
    Series Title Pacific Policy Brief
    Volume/Issue No. September 2015
    Publication Date 2015
    Place of Publication Suva, Barcelona and Bonn
    Publisher Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, UNU-GCM, UNU-EHS
    Pages 36
    Language eng
    Abstract This report highlights the main findings of a joint research project between the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat and the United Nations University (UNU) Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility and the United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security. Responding to the Forum Regional Security Committee’s request to undertake research and develop policy recommendations on the security implications of poorly managed climate change induced migration, the research aimed to understand both the main human security challenges that climate induced migrants face when settling in receiving countries or communities and the major reasons for tensions or conflict. In addition, the research aimed to formulate policy recommendations that could help Forum Island Countries and other stakeholders from the Pacific to develop appropriate policy responses to promote human security and prevent conflict due to climate induced displacement and migration. In this regard, this report formulates seven policy recommendations in order to promote human security and minimize conflict associated with forced migration in the Pacific region.
    Keyword Migration
    Environmental migration
    Human Security
    Conflicts
    Copyright Holder Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat, UNU-GCM, UNU-EHS
    Copyright Year 2015
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9789822020
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