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!.

This conversation took place at the First International Solidarity Conference on Rights of Climate Migrants which was co-organised by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, KALIKASAN-People’s Network for the Environment, International Migrants Alliance (IMA) and Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development (APMDD).

For further information, be welcome to visit or follow hashtags: #ClimateMigrantsRightsNow


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