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Title: Environmental migrants from Africa to Europe: state of the art and research clues
Authors: Vieira, Inês
Keywords: Environmental migrants
Africa (environmental changes)
Europe (migrant destination)
Human vulnerability
Issue Date: 14-Feb-2011
Abstract: The environment-migration relationship implies questions like environmental changes, human vulnerability and conflicts. Despite not recognized at the constitutive level, the environmental migrant is a new figure at the international scene, which should matter both to the sending as to the receiving contexts. What are the harassments, courses and strategies of those environmentally pushed in Africa? When is migration needed or forced? What’s the European attributed role in a context of African environmental change? The first answers come from the empirical data collected and made available by the IPCC and the EACH-FOR project, which will be summed up in this paper, in order to enlighten the research clues that led to the construction of a Ph.D. project.
Peer reviewed: Não
Appears in Collections:CEI-CRN - Comunicações a conferências nacionais

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