Bridging the Nexus: Climate Change, Human Mobility, and Human Rights

RWI Jakarta is contributing to the Asia Pacific Climate Week (APCW) 2023 on 13-17 November 2023 in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. RWI will co-organise this session together with the Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA), Asia Pacific Academic Network on Disasters Displacement (APANDD), International Organisation for Migration (IOM), and coordinated by UNFCCC.

The session will be livestreamed here.

The session is official Track 4 event focusing on Societies, Health, Livelihoods & Economies on 14 November at 11.30-13.00. The upcoming session is titled “Bridging the Nexus: Climate Change, Human Mobility, and Human Rights”. Official Track events feed directly into the Global Stocktake process through providing regional focused inputs. The outcomes of the sessions will be reported back at the closing plenary of the thematic tracks at the APCW and reflected on the APCW output report. APCW aims to discuss climate solutions ahead of COP28.

The Climate Weeks consider four major systems-based tracks with a view to providing region-focused contributions to inform the global stocktake:

  1. Energy systems and industry
  2. Cities, urban and rural settlements, infrastructure and transport
  3. Land, ocean, food and water
  4. Societies, health, livelihoods, and economies


Pictured are Windi Arini, Danang Aditya Nizar, and Jason Squire.



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