Asia-Pacific Training for Policymakers and Practitioners on Migration, Environment, Climate Change and Adaptation

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Asia-Pacific Training for Policymakers and Practitioners on Migration, Environment, Climate Change and Adaptation

PUBLISHED DATE

September 2013

19 August 2013
IOM releases Videos of Asia-Pacific Training on Migration, Environment, Climate Change and Adaptation, supported by the GCSP. Last March, the GCSP – along with the Asian Development Bank and Foresight – contributed to a pilot training for policymakers and practitioners in Asia and the Pacific on the migration, environment and climate change nexus, organised in Seoul by the International Organization for Migration ( read news story). The training gathered 20 participants from 15 countries in the Asia-Pacific, and with diverse backgrounds such as climate change adaptation, development, disaster risk reduction, environment, foreign affairs, labour and migration. Today, the IOM releases three videos from the training.

Purpose of the training:

Migration, an adaptation strategy:

Why Asia-Pacific: