Refugee Environmental Protection Fund: fix or fiction?

Environmental disasters resulted in the displacement of over 30 million people by 2022, representing more than half of all internal displacements. Despite this crisis, major climate-responsible nations are reluctant to allocate necessary funds for the safety and security of affected populations, placing the UN’s High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) under significant financial strain. To address this challenge, the UNHCR is exploring financial solutions by utilising refugees as revenue-generating assets. This effort, known ...


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