The rhetoric of global climate migration is being mobilized in ways that promote the unequal distribution of power and resources at multiple scales. Understanding how these discourses affect the securitization of climate response is essential to more equitable climate futures.
This article explores how Syrian refugees and internally displaced people are using social
media to reshape interpretations of their own status through their engagement with quality
TV texts that tackle the refugee crisis.
A conversation about the the current state of Syrian refugees and internally displaced persons. Tima Kurdi shares her family's personal experience and Omar Dahi presents an examination of the situation.