This document is intended as an overview of the legal and policy frameworks governing climate-induced displacement at the international level. It aims to inform policymakers and

This recent report by Environmental Justice Foundation details the environmental and human impacts of 'endosulfan'. It highlights why it should be banned globally and provides suggestions for actions by national governments & other stakeholders to eradicate this deadly pesticide.

Climate change is without doubt one of the foremost and most profound threats to environmental security and basic human rights, and its effects are already being observed across the globe. For human populations, the impacts are considerable, with an estimated 325 million people adversely affected, and 300,000 deaths each year.

Many children in the cotton fields are exposed to what is termed hazardous child labour, which can result in them being killed, injured or made ill as a result of their work (agriculture is one of the three most dangerous sectors in which to work, along

In total almost one kilogram of hazardous pesticides is applied per hectare under cotton, and cotton is responsible for 16% of global insecticide usage

This report summarises health risks associated with pesticide exposure, particularly under conditions of use in the developing world. The information is drawn from over 50 nations and the findings are especially relevant to countries in Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East where pesticide use poses serious health concerns.

This report presents compelling evidence of the considerable threats the pesticide endosulfan poses to human health and environmental integrity. In light of the evidence presented, it make a number of key recommendations to the World Health