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Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
Climate Change Inertia, Inequality, and the Travel Freedom Gap

Over the past few years, climate-induced migration has increasingly come to the attention of the international community. This follows repeated warnings from international bodies that major disruptive migration patterns will be experienced worldwide if long-term and holistic action is not taken to address climate change.

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Charles Phillips Independent researcher and consultant for Oxford Business Group whose field of expertise is energy and climate change policy in the Middle East
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
Africa’s Border Liberalization Pre Covid-19
Ryan Cummings Independent consultant to international news outlets, publications, and think-tanks, and a Director at Signal Risk
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
Qatar on the Rise Thanks to Strategic Alliances
Lorraine Charles Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at the University of Cambridge in the UK
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
Coronavirus May Extend Free Movement between UK and EU
Madeleine Sumption Director of the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford in the UK
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
Travel Bans and Talent Drains
Greg Lindsay Director of Applied Research at NewCities
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
Covid-19 Vaccine Collaboration and the Future of Human Mobility
Prof. Simone Bertoli Professor of Economics at Université Clermont Auvergne (CERDI) in France and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Labor Economics in Germany
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
The Impact of Health Security on Travel Freedom
Uğur Altundal and Ömer Zarpli Researchers in Political Science at Syracuse University and the University of Pittsburgh, respectively
Opinions Henley Passport Index Q2 2020
Global Mobility and Migration Post Covid-19
Dr. Parag Khanna Founder and Managing Partner of FutureMap, a data- and scenario-based strategic advisory firm headquartered in Singapore, and author of numerous books including Connectography and The Future is Asian
Opinions 3rd Edition 2019
The Varied Geographies of Citizenships
Alexander C. Diener Director of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of Geography University of Kansas, USA
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