Yes! The German Institute for Human Rights (DIMR) invites proposals from individual researchers, groups of individuals or institutions working in consortium for conducting a research project on human rights impacts of climate mitigation and adaptation policies / measures.
- Systematically identifying human rights impacts (considering substantive and procedural rights) of climate mitigation / adaptation measures / policies in different sectors, such as energy, mobility / transport, land / agriculture, construction / housing and water, thereby focusing on human rights impacts going beyond but not excluding participation rights (including FPIC) in the design and implementation of climate policies and measures by affected individuals / groups;
- Identifying underlying factors that (potentially) facilitate negative human rights impacts in these sectors;
- Examples of approaches taken by individuals / groups negatively affected by climate mitigation / adaptation measures to address negative human rights impacts and to seek remedy;
- An overview of promising approaches and practices to identify, avoid, mitigate and / or remedy negative human rights impacts of climate change mitigation and adaptation.
The deadline for submitting proposals is 12 September 2021.