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Should I stay or should I go? Shaping international responses to climate change, disasters and displacement

Professor Jane McAdam
21/04/2017

The world is facing the largest number of refugees since World War II – some 21 million people – but disaster-related displacement dwarfs the numbers forced out of their homes by conflict. It’s a trend that’s likely to continue as the impacts of climate change increase, writes Professor Jane McAdam in the latest issue of the Law Society Journal.

Forced Migration from Disasters

19/12/2016

Jane McAdam, 'Forced Migration from Disasters', in World Disasters Report 2016: Resilience: Saving Lives Today, Investing for Tomorrow (IFRC, 2016) 21

Asylum in Australia: “Operation Sovereign Borders” and International Law

20/07/2015

Joyce Chia, Jane McAdam and Kate Purcell, ‘Asylum in Australia: “Operation Sovereign Borders” and International Law’ (2014) 34 Australian Year Book of International Law 33–64 (published 2015).

International Law and Sea Level Rise: The New ILA Committee

11/05/2015

Davor Vidas, David Freestone and Jane McAdam, ‘International Law and Sea Level Rise: The New ILA Committee’ (2015) 21 ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law 397–408

Developing temporary protection in Africa

01/05/2015

Tamara Wood, 'Developing temporary protection in Africa' (2015) 49 Forced Migration Review 23