High-Level Literature Review on the Outlook for Research in the Climate Change, Human Mobility, and Human Rights Nexus
Following the refinement on blended learning course modules on human rights-based approach in climate change and human mobility context, CARI! supported Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in conducting a High-Level Literature Review on the Outlook for Research in the Climate Change, Human Mobility, and Human Rights Nexus.
Despite the emerging trend of research and publications on human rights implications of climate-induced displacement, human rights remained a peripheral concern in the mainstream climate change or disaster-induced displacement discourse. Therefore, this literature review was aimed to analyze the existing state of knowledge, identify and assess the research gaps and emerging trends, as well as to identify the research outlook and possible research interventions in the field of climate change, human mobility, and human rights (including on more specific themes such as displacement, gender equality, and social inclusion), in the context of Asia-Pacific region.