Kaldor Centre Virtual Conference 2021
Whose move? Addressing migration and displacement in the face of climate change
World leaders might – or might not – reach a bold agreement with binding targets to slow global warming at Glasgow’s global climate change talks in November. Either way, people will continue to move away from the impacts of climate change and disasters – often because they have no choice.
Already, intensifying wildfires, cyclones, droughts, floods and rising seas are making lives and livelihoods increasingly precarious for for millions of people around the world. As climate change exacerbates these pressures, more people will need to move. Some will relocate within their own countries, others may be displaced further afield. Where will they go and how? Will the law be a help or a hindrance?
At this crucial time in global policymaking, the Kaldor Centre Conference 2021 brings together world experts to share evidence, experience and solutions for people at risk of displacement in the context of climate change and disasters.
Full program details can be found here.
Given the continuing impact of COVID-19, we have adopted a flexible 'pay what you can' approach to ticket sales, including an option for free conference registration.
This is an inclusive conference and every ticket type provides the same access to participation in live sessions, Q&A and breakout sessions.
$100 A helping hand ticket
For those who can purchase their own ticket plus help cover the cost for someone in need. These tickets help to make this event inclusive by enabling us to maintain free attendance for those who can't afford to pay.
$50 Standard ticket
For those in paid employment who can cover the cost of their attendance.
$25 Reduced rate ticket
For not-for-profits and those who can contribute a little.
For delegates from refugee backgrounds, the Global South, and those who can't pay to attend.
Please note: The displayed ticket price is inclusive of GST. A booking fee will be added to each ticket before payment. Humanitix donate 100% of profits from booking fees to support disadvantaged Indigenous students.
Important information :
- We'll send your access details closer to the conference and you'll receive reminders prior to the start of each session.
- Keep checking the email you registered with for important updates in the lead up to and throughout the conference (remember to check your spam folder).
Thank you to our premier sponsor
We are also grateful to the following firms for their generous sponsorship
Image credit: UNHCR/Roger Arnold