The IPCC has released a special report looking at what 1.5 degrees of warming will mean for the world. Our briefing will reflect specifically on the report’s findings on climate-linked migration and displacement – and discuss their wider implications.

Get to grips with the complex relationship between climate change and migration at our evening briefing, and what it means for people, governments and civil society.

The briefing will explore:

  • the science of climate change and how altered weather patterns and disasters will change migration.
  • Examine the kinds of migration that might result from climate change impacts - where, when and how people might move.
  • the latest legal and political responses to climate-linked migration - when and how law and policy might need to change.


Where and when?

Amnesty International UK Human Rights Action Centre

17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA

24 October

6pm - 8pm


Organised by:

The Climate and Migration Coalition, a Climate Outreach-lead programme looking exclusively at the links between climate change and migration, and the rights of people impacted.

The briefing will be lead by Alex Randall, Climate change and Migration programme manager at Climate Outreach.


Cost and Registration

Full price £10
Concessions, and small organisations £5
Thanks to external funding we have a limited number of free places for people working in small grass roots organisations, whose projects would benefit from this course. Apply for a free place. 

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