Publications

    Peer-reviewed publications

    Fornalé E., “A l’envers: Setting the Stage for an Protective Environment to Deal with “Climate Refugees” (accepted for publication European Journal for Migration Law- forthcoming 2020).

    Fornalé E., “People to people connectivity: the role of mutual recognition regime”, European Journal of East Asian Studies, vol. 17 (1), (2018) 31-54.

    Fornalé E., “Adaptive migration: pluralising the debate on climate change and migration, Themed Section”, The Geographical Journal, vol. 183 (4), (2017) 322-328 (with Andrew Baldwin).
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., “Climate change and human mobility in the Pacific Region: Plans, policies and lessons learned”, World Bank Group, Thematic Working Group on Environmental Change and Migration, KNOMAD (December 2017) (with Sophia Kagan).
    Available here .

    Contribution to Books

    Fornalé E., “Regional environmental governance”, in T. Krieger, D. Panke and M. Pregerning (eds.), Environment and Conflict, Migration and Governance (with Cristani F. and Lavenex S.) Bristol University Press (2020), 136-156.

    Fornalé E., “Floating rights in times of environmental changes”, in G. Cataldi, M. Corleto, M. Pace (eds.), Migrations and Fundamental Rights: the way forward, Editoriale Scientifica Napoli (2019), 183-200.
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., “Labour mobility options as adaptation strategies to environmental changes?”, in D. Manou, A. Baldwin, D. Cubie, A. Mihr and T. Thorp (eds.), Climate Change, Migration and Human Rights: Law and Policy Perspectives, Routledge (2017). 203-215.

    Book review

    Yildiz A., “Benoit Mayer and François Crépeau (eds), Research Handbook on Climate Change, Migration and the Law (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham & Northampton, MA, 2017”, International Journal of Refugee Law (April 2020).
    Available here .

    Non peer-reviewed publications

    Fornalé E., “Putting Women at the Core of the Post-Covid-19 Recovery Strategy”, InGenere, 27 August 2020, (with Flavia Bustreo).
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., Uncharted Territory: How the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Destabilizing the Borders of Our Freedoms, JURIST – Academic Commentary, April 7, 2020.
    Available here .

    Yildiz A. and Dhanasree J., “What to expect in the upcoming Climate Action Summit? A closer look at the small island states”, published in the online blog of Foraus (2019).
    Available here .

    Dhanasree J. and Yildiz A., “What to expect in the upcoming Climate Action Summit? Climatisation and disaster risk reduction”, published in the online blog of Foraus (2019).
    Available here .

    Fornalé E. and Yildiz A., “Indicators for Objective 2: Minimize the adverse drivers and structural factors that compel people to leave their country of origin”, in E. Guild and T. Basaran (eds.), The UN's Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration: Indicators, published in the Refugee Law Initiative Blog (2019).
    Available here .

    Fornalé E. and Yildiz A., “Indicators for Objective 18: Invest in skills development and facilitate mutual recognition of skills, qualifications and competences”, in E. Guild and T. Basaran (eds.), The UN's Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration: Indicators, published in the Refugee Law Initiative Blog (2019).
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., “GCM Commentary: Objective 18: Invest in skills development and facilitate mutual recognition of skills, qualifications and competences”, as a part of The UN’s Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration: Analysis of the Final Draft, (13 July, 2018), Objective by Objective, (2018) blog series edited by E. Elspeth and T. Basaran available at:
    E-book .
    A French translation of this blog is available on the Plateforme Nationale Protection Migrants .

    Fornalé E. and Yildiz A., “Objective 18: Invest in skills development and facilitative recognition of skills, qualifications and competences”, as a part of “First Perspectives on the Zero Draft (5 February 2018) for the UN Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration” (February 14, 2018)” edited by E. Guild and T. Basaran, Queen Mary School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 272/2018.

    Fornalé E. and Yildiz A., “Objective 18: Invest in skills development and facilitate recognition of skills, qualifications and competence”, in Guild E. (ed.), First Perspectives on the Zero Draft for the UN Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration of 5 February 2018.
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., Doebbler C., and Yildiz A., Submission in relation to Human Rights Council Resolution A/HRC/35/20 on human rights and climate change, (2018).
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., Recommendations addressing displacement in the context of disasters and the adverse impacts of climate change (May 2018), Submission to the Task Force on Displacement Stakeholder Meeting, 14.
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., United Nations Statement, as Expert, presented at the Thematic session on “Irregular migration and regular pathways, including decent work, labour mobility, recognition of skills and qualifications and other relevant measures” of the consultation phase of the Global Compact for Migration negotiation process (13 October 2017), United Nations, Geneva.
    Available here .

    Fornalé E., Panizzon M. and Guild E., United Nations Joint Statement, submitted to the Global Compact for Migration Thematic Session, United Nations, Geneva (20 June 2017).
    Available here .

    Publications for Public Dissemination

    Fornalé E., “Kiribati geht uns alle an”, in the Special Issue: Sustainability, UniPress, vol. 179 (2020 in press).

    Fornalé E., Sea Change, Photobook, Travelogue (2019) (Fieldwork in the Small Islands States).

    Fornalé E., “Klima und Migration: Wer übernimmt Verantwortung?“, in the Special Issue: Chancen und Risiken, UniPress, vol. 172 (2017), 16.
    Available here .

    The CLI_M_CO2 Project is funded under the grant No. PP00P1163700 by the Swiss National Foundation Research.
    © 2020 CLI_M_CO2. All Rights Reserved. Designed By JoomShaper, Website Realized By Francesco De Fino