Climate Change, Conflict, and Freedom of Religious Belief

Climate change is not just an environmental issue; it is a risk multiplier for conflict and a threat to Freedom of Religion and Belief (FoRB).

While the connection between climate change and FoRB is not fully recognized, it is crucial to understand how these factors intersect and drive violence, and that solutions can address both climate and FoRB challenges simultaneously. This policy brief emphasizes the urgent need for policy makers to integrate thinking on climate change and FoRB in strategy
development. By doing so, we can address the root causes of conflict and foster resilience in vulnerable communities.

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