Events in 2022
Climate change and migration: communicating complexity
April 28th - Online
Energy Cities’ 2022 Forum: Let’s Keep Our Links!
April 21st - 22nd - Brussels, Belgium
International Studies Association 2022 Conference
March 28th - April 2nd - Nashville, TN (United States of America)
Wednesday 30th - 1:45 PM - 3:30 PM
Wednesday 30th - 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM
Elodie Hut was chair and François Gemenne was the discussant on the panel Geopolitics of Habitability - How Local Environmental Changes Contribute to Global Transformations. The panel featured a presentation of Tatiana Castillo Betancourt and Caroline Zickgraf's scoping review on gender, climate change and human mobility.
Thursday 31th - 8:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Friday 1st - 8:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Caroline Zickgraf was the chair on the panel Migration Governance as ‘Crisis’, in which Elodie Hut shared her work on Euro-Mediterranean diasporas' perceptions of migration (governance) crisis in the framework of the MAGYC Project.
Webinar: Immobile and trapped populations: invisible in displacement?
March 25th - Online
In this first session of the Data, Disasters, Displacement webinar series co-organized by IOM, IDMC and the PDD, Hugo's Caroline Zickgraf contributed to the conversation on (im)mobility. Watch the recording here.
Webinar: 'Géopolitique du Climat'
March 22nd - Online