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Climate crisis and local communities / Trafficking and smuggling

Forced Migration Review issue 64 has two main feature themes, one on ‘Climate crisis and local communities’ and one on ‘Trafficking and smuggling’. It also has a short collection of articles presenting early reflections on COVID-19 in the context of displacement. The feature on climate crisis focuses on the impact of climate change on local communities, their coping strategies, lessons arising, and broader questions of access, rights and justice. The feature on trafficking and smuggling explores some of the current challenges, misconceptions, insights and innovations in these fields. Finally, the articles on COVID-19 offer preliminary reflections on the pandemic, focusing on the role of refugee-led organisations and the need for data to inform responses.

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