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Expert Group Meeting: A Gender Perspective on Environmental Migration and Disaster Displacement in the Caribbean

As a subregion extremely vulnerable to extreme weather events and the adverse effects of climate change, the Caribbean is particularly susceptible to disaster displacement and climate migration.

Virtual, Trinidad and Tobago - 5 Nov 2020

Programme

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

  1. 1. Welcome remarks and introduction
  • Moderator: Abdullahi Abdulkadri, Coordinator, Statistics and Social Development Unit (SSDU), ECLAC Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean
  • Diane Quarless, Chief, ECLAC Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean
  • Robert Natiello, Regional Coordination Officer for the Caribbean, IOM
  1. 2. Overview and presentation of the study
  • Briana Mawby, Lead Researcher, IOM
  • Cristina Liberati, Climate Adaptation and Migration Specialist
  • Amelia Bleeker, Associate Programme Management Officer, Caribbean Knowledge Management Centre and Gender Focal Point, ECLAC
  • Pablo Escribano, Regional Thematic Specialist on Migration, Environment and Climate Change, IOM
  1. 3. Discussion on presentation and study
  1. 4. Closure of the meeting
  • Amelia Bleeker, Associate Programme Management Officer, CKMC and Gender Focal Point, ECLAC
  • Pablo Escribano, Regional Thematic Specialist on Migration, Environment and Climate Change, IOM

 

 

A Gender Perspective on Environmental Migration and Disaster Displacement in the Caribbean
5 Nov 2020
Meetings and technical symposiums
Time zone: GMT-4
Virtual
Trinidad and Tobago
By invitation

Contact

Aurélie Quiatol
Meeting Services Assistant, Program Support Unit, ECLAC Subregional Headquaters for the Caribbean
aurelie.quiatol@eclac.org
(868) 224-8071

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