Unveiling Climate-Induced Vulnerabilities: Ms. Nafisa’s Insightful Research on the Legal Statuses of Afghan Refugees in the Aftermath of the 2022 Floods

Ms. Nafisa, serving as the Program and Research Assistant at the International Center for Refugee and Migration Studies (ICRMS), shared her research working paper titled “Climate-Induced Vulnerabilities of Afghan Refugees: A Case Study of the 2022 Floods” during the 10th conference themed “Learning from the Future: Foresight for the Next Decade of Forced Migration.” This event was organized by the Andrew & Renata Kaldor Center for International Refugee Law at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia.

Having actively participated in the Displaced Scholars Mentorship Program for six months with the Kaldor Center, Ms. Nafisa is now a member of the Emerging Scholars Network at the Kaldor Center (UNSW). Her study focused on the differential impact of the recent floods on the legal statuses of Afghan refugees in Quetta. Ms. Nafisa’s work sheds light on how the floods have affected various legal statuses within the Afghan refugee population Quetta, Balochistan.

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