The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Webinar: Climate Migration and the Impact of Conflicts and Wars

The second webinar in the series by OCRI MENA partner Climate In Arabic, is titled “Climate Migration and the Impact of Conflicts and Wars”. This insightful session is tailored for journalists in Egypt and the broader Arab region who are interested in the critical intersection of climate migration, conflicts, and wars.

This webinar is focused on equipping journalists with a comprehensive understanding of how climate migration is intertwined with conflicts and wars, and how these factors exacerbate climate change issues. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with leading experts in the field, gaining valuable insights into climate migration and conflict-sensitive reporting.

Duration: 120 minutes

Key topics to be explored:

  • The dynamics of climate migration in the context of conflicts and wars.
  • The role of journalism in highlighting the impacts of climate migration.
  • Case studies: Analysing the effects of conflicts and wars on climate-induced migration.

Sign up for this webinar here or stay updated by following Climate In Arabic on social media.

8 December 2023 – Webinar: Climate Migration and the Impact of Conflicts and Wars


Basma Fouad

She is the founder and president of the Board of Trustees of the Independents International Foundation, specializing in irregular migration. She holds a master's degree in EU Policy on Irregular Migration and a master's in Changing National Image Mechanisms.

Ehab Zidan

An Egyptian investigative journalist, specialising in covering environmental and climate change issues, Ehab has overed environmental and climate change issues on various regional and international platforms, including specialised investigative reports.

Dr. Ayman Zuhri

He holds a Ph.D. in Migration Studies from the University of Sussex, UK, and has worked in research, teaching, and executive roles with various governmental and non-governmental organizations and universities.


  • 8 December 2023 16.00–18.00 Egypt Standard Time (GMT +2)
Egypt Standard Time (GMT +2)