Exploring the Environment-Conflict-Migration Nexus in Asia
This study examines the nexus between climate change, migration and conflict within Asia, with particular attention to Afghanistan, Myanmar and Bangladesh – the three Asian countries where the Danish Refugee Council is currently active – as well as the experiences of Afghans in Pakistan, Iran and Turkey, and of Rohingya people in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. The aim to provide insights for
policy-makers, international organisations, humanitarian groups and others who wish to reduce human suffering and
achieve more just outcomes.