We exist to challenge the lack of long-term strategies to support and protect people at risk of displacement linked to environmental change

The Climate and Migration Coalition is an alliance of refugee, human rights, and migration rights organisations. We believe the rights of affected communities must be central to the discussion of how this issue is addressed.

Sign up to the newsletter

  • Latest news

    Trapped population: new research reveals how climate stops people moving, while displacing others

    Trapped population: new research reveals how climate stops people moving, while displacing others

    Clark Gray Climate change is likely to affect human migration, but this will occur via trapping potential migrants as well as displacing them. Sea level rise,...
    Video lecture: the crisis in Syria and role of climate change

    Video lecture: the crisis in Syria and role of climate change

    We were delighted to be part of IIED’s event Conflict, Climate and Migration in Syria – did the media get it right? This talk makes the...
    Syria and climate change - podcast / lecture

    Syria and climate change - podcast / lecture

    During 2015 the media started connecting climate change with the conflict in Syria and subsequent refugee movements across Europe. But did they get it right? This...
    Event: Conflict, Climate and Migration in Syria – did the media get it right? 3 October, London

    Event: Conflict, Climate and Migration in Syria – did the media get it right? 3 October, London

    We are delighted to be part of IIED's event Conflict, Climate and Migration in Syria – did the media get it right? Monday 3rd October, 3.30 –...
    Climate change and colonial history make a toxic combination

    Climate change and colonial history make a toxic combination

    New research points to a powerful link between climate change and armed conflict. It also finds that countries that are ethnically mixed are more likely...
  • View all news
    Forthcoming events on climate, migration and displacementFind out more
    +