Cuba government recognizes and responds to climate change and migration

This Podcast features a conversation with Anisley Morejon Ramos from Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment, Cuba, who spoke with CNS Managing Editor Shobha Shukla. Anisley speaks in #Spanish, but nothing to worry for non-Spanish speaking people as Steven Osuna of Human Rights Alliance for Child Refugees and Families is helping translate, salamat Steven!.

Climate migration is a forced migration: Governments need to buckle up to respond fully!

This Podcast features a conversation with Eni Lestari, who is a migrants' rights activist and Chairperson of International Migrants Alliance (IMA), and focal person for APWLD (Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development)’s Labor and Migration Program. She spoke with Shobha Shukla Managing Editor of CNS at the 1st International Solidarity Conference on the Rights of Climate Migrants (Beyond Labels, Beyond Borders).

People surged after typhoons but governments are yet to fully respond to climate change

This Podcast features a conversation with Dr Efleda Bautista, President of People Surge, Philippines, an alliance of typhoon Haiyan survivors seeking government support and accountability. She spoke with Shobha Shukla, Managing Editor of CNS at the 1st International Solidarity Conference on Rights of Climate Migrants in Manila, Philippines. This conference was on the theme of Beyond Labels, Beyond Borders.

Climate change, migration and people with disabilities in Tuvalu

This Podcast features a conversation with Melton Tauetia, General Manager, Fusi Alofa Association of Tuvalu in the Pacific. Melton spoke with CNS Managing Editor Shobha Shukla, at the 1st International Solidarity Conference on the Rights of Climate Migrants) in Manila, Philippines. The theme is: Beyond Labels, Beyond Borders!

People's surge after typhoons Haiyan & Yolanda devastation but when will governments rise up?


Cuba government recognizes & responds to climate change & migration


Instead of ducking, governments must take full responsibility for #climate #migrants


Climate change, migration and people with disabilities in Tuvalu


Despite odds, determination of women climate migrants is writ large

The Baseco reclamation project is one of the 22 reclamation projects planned by the Philippines government along the Manila Bay. It is being opposed tooth and nail by the 70,000 settlers (mostly fisher folks) of Baseco Compound, Tondo, a reclaimed section of the Manila Port Area, who fear losing their livelihood due to forced evacuation and displacement.

A tribute to Professor Carlo Fonseka

Manjari Peiris, Sri Lanka
The world recently lost a man in a million! Yes, I am talking of none other than Professor Carlo Fonseka - a superlative human being of our times who left for his heavenly abode on September 2, 2019 at the age of 86 years. Many articles and newspaper editorials have appeared in the press during the last few days paying tribute to this great Sri Lankan, whose sad demise has left a void that is difficult to fill.