English / Norsk


Climate refugees

Disaster-related Displacement from the Horn of Africa, UNU-NRC, 2014.

Somali voices from displacement in Kenya and Egypt, NRC, December 2012.

Climate Changed: People Displaced, NRC, December 2009

Future Floods of Refugees, NRC, April 2008

Azmat Ali

“Disasters and Refugee Protection: A Socio-Legal Case Study from Yemen.” Oslo Law Review, 2(3), 2015.

”Disaster-Related Displaced Somalis and Ethiopians in Yemen.” International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering, 4(3), 2014.

“‘We Are in Between’: Case Studies on the Protection of Somalis Displaced to Kenya and Egypt during the 2011 and 2012 Drought.” International Journal of Social Science Studies, 2(1), 2014.

“What Gestalt Approaches can Contribute to Climate Change Transformation”, Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 6 No. 10 (2013)

“The rights of internally displaced persons in connection with natural hazard-related disasters.” In: L. Sygna, K. O’Brien and J. Wolf, eds. 2013. A Changing Environment for Human Security: Transformative Approaches to Research, Policy and Action. Routledge. Ch 14.

“Climate change, environmental displacement and international law,” Journal of International Development, 24-8 (2012).

“Climate change, natural disasters and displacement: a multi-track approach to filling the protection gaps”, International Review of the Red Cross, November 2010

“Climate Change, Human Mobility, and Protection: Initial Evidence from Africa”, Refugee Survey Quarterly 2010 29: 103-119

"The point of no return", Refugee Watch, December 2009

“Environmental Displacement in European Asylum Law”, European Journal of Migration and Law 11 (2009) 313–326

“Driven Out By Drought”, Cairo Review of Global Affairs, April 2013.

“Gaps in Geneva, gaps on the ground: case studies of Somalis displaced to Kenya and Egypt during the 2011 drought”, New Issues in Refugee Research, UNHCR, December 2012.

”Finding Refuge From Wilder Weather: How does European Asylum Law Meet the Challenge of Climate Change and Environmental Displacement?” Note d’analyse de l’Observatoire no. 4. France terre d’asile. 2011.

”Conflict and drought in Somalia.” The Nansen Conference on Climate Change and Displacement in the 21st Century. Oslo, 5-7th June 2011.

“Dignity in disasters and displacement – exploring law, policy and practice on relocation and return in the context of climate change” Paper presented at the Global Environmental Change and Human Security Synthesis Conference, 22-24 June, 2009, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway

”Climate change-related displacement and the European response” Paper presented at SID Vijverberg Session on Climate Change and Migration, 20 January 2009, The Hague

“To what extent can existing forms of legal protection apply in climate change-related cross-border displacement?” Paper presented at the Oxford University Workshop on Environmental Change and Migration, 8-9 January 2009, Oxford

“Climate change and displacement: The European Response to a Cross-cutting Issue,” VOICE Out Loud Issue 9, September 2009

“Towards a humanitarian climate change agreement”, Forced Migration Review 33, September 2009

“Climate of displacement; climate for protection?” Danish Institute of International Studies Brief, Migration seminars, 2008

“No regrets”, Forced Migration Review 31, October 2008

Michael Clark

Other texts

“Love in Law - The Indian Supreme Court decides in favour of LGBT persons”, CMI Brief, November 2018

“No going back. A case study of sexual and gender minorities in India and their legal mobilisation.” Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 3 (8), 2016.

“Including the Queer in India: The Development of Sexual and Gender Minorities Rights Inside and Outside of Indian Courts.” Indian Journal of Socio Legal Studies IV (1) 2015

“Rights and realities”, NRC Reports: Colombia, 1/2009

“The Saharawis’ right to self-determination”, NRC Reports: Western Sahara, 2/2008

“Bhutanese policies create stateless refugees”, NRC Reports: Bhutan, 1/2008

”On the Sacred, Our Stories, and Suffering: How the Ethical Value of Human Dignity Works in the European Human Rights Court.” Dissertation submitted for the LL.M. degree, London School of Economics, 2007.

Eyre Crowe

Click on images for more information.

Please also take a look at the
Norwegian version of my site for additional material in Norwegian.