Climate Change and Migration: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Course period: 29 April to 31 May 2024
Apply by 18 March 2024
This course addresses the complex relationship between migration and climate change and provides interdisciplinary analytical tools for understanding the multicausality of migration. Being based in the social sciences, it will also involve climate science perspectives. The course discusses various methodological approaches, both qualitative and quantitative, to study the complexities of social, political, and ecological drivers behind migration, their interactions and variations across regions and scales of governance.