Dr. Natalie Dietrich Jones 


Against the tide? A socio-legal review of Caribbean SIDS’(non-) ratification of and (non-) compliance with international agreements on migrants and refugees
In Routledge Handbook of Governance in Small States
Edited by Lino Briguglio, Jessica Byron, Stefano Moncada, and Wouter Veenendaal.

Routledge, 2021 | Click here for more details and to purchase

Jones, N. D. (2020). Between a ‘Kingdom’ and a hard place: the Dutch Caribbean and the Venezuelan migration crisis. Migration and Development, Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/21632324.2020.1809279

Fourer, M., Jones, N. D., & Ciftci, Y. (2020). Offshore Processing Arrangements: Effect on Treaty Ratifications of Receiving States. Laws, 9(4), 23. https://doi.org/10.3390/laws9040023

Jones, N. D. (2020). Critical Reflections on Conducting Elite Interviews on Forced Migration in Small Island Developing States. Refugee Review: Emerging Issues in Forced Migration 4, 32-52. https://espminetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Refugee-Review-IV.pdf

Labouring on the Border of Inclusion/Exclusion: Undocumented CARICOM Migrants in the Barbadian Economy.
In Transgression and Reconfiguration of Caribbean Spaces
Edited by Myriam Moïse and Fred Réno.

Springer, 2020 | Click here for more details and to purchase




Ms. Gail Guy

Heads of Mission: A Handbook 

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Dennis Francis (Co Author), Lenore S Dorset (Co Author)

Xlibris US, 2017 | Click here for more details and to purchase


Ms. Rueanna Haynes 

Climate change and Human Rights in the Commonwealth Caribbean: case studies of The Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago, by Lisa Benjamin and Rueanna Haynes, published in the Routledge Handbook of Human Rights and Climate Change, Duyck, S. (Ed.), Jodoin, S. (Ed.), Johl, A. (Ed.). (2018). Routledge Handbook of Human Rights and Climate Governance. London: Routledge

An ‘Islands’ COP’? Loss and damage at COP23, by Lisa Benjamin, Adellle Thomas and Rueanna Haynes, Volume 27 Issue 3, Review of European, Comparative and International Environmental Law 2018

The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: A Commentary

Edited by Geert Van Calster, University of Leuven, Belgium and practising member of the Belgian Bar and Leonie Reins, Assistant Professor, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, Tilburg University, the Netherlands

Publication Date: 2021 ISBN: 978 1 78897 918 4 Extent: 480 pp


Dr. Emily Wilkinson

Wilkinson, E. (2021, forthcoming) ‘Resettlement in Montserrat after the volcanic crisis: A consensus on tolerable levels of risk?’, in Johnson, C. et al. (eds) Reducing Relocation Risk, UCL Press.

Wilkinson, E. et al. (2021, forthcoming) Special Report on Climate Change and disaster risk in Latin America and the Caribbean, Panama: UNDRR.

Wilkinson, E. et al. (2021, forthcoming) Special Report on Urbanisation and Disaster Risk in Latin America and the Caribbean, Panama: UNDRR.

Wilkinson, E. et al (2021, forthcoming) Special Report on Human mobility and Disaster Risk in Latin America and the Caribbean. Panama: UNDRR.

Wilkinson, E. et al (2021, forthcoming) Preparing for extreme weather in the Caribbean: what role for forecast-based early action?, London: ODI.

Wilkinson, E. et al (2021) Enhanced preparedness for extreme weather across the Caribbean: a joint work plan, London: ODI.

Wilkinson, E., et al. (2021) Linking weather forecasts and risk financing: A proposition for reducing losses from extreme weather in the Eastern Caribbean. A Question of Development No. 48. Paris: AFD.

Levine, S., E. Wilkinson, L. Weingärtner and P. Mall (2020) Anticipatory action for livelihood protection: a collective endeavour. London: ODI

Apergi, M., E. Wilkinson and M. Calderone (2020) The ‘triple dividend’ of early warning systems: evidence from Tanzania’s coastal areas. London: ODI.

Weingärtner, L., T. Pforr and E. Wilkinson (2020) ‘The evidence base on anticipatory action’, Rome: WFP.

Wilkinson, E., T. Pforr and L. Weingärtner (2020) Integrating ‘anticipatory action’ in disaster risk management, London: ODI.

Meechaiya, C, E. Wilkinson et al (2019) ‘The governance of Nepal's flood early warning system: opportunities under federalism’, London: ODI.

Wilkinson, E. and F. Aragon-Durand (2019) Mission Impossible? Adaptation and climate risk management in Mexico. Experiences from Quintana Roo and Yucatán. Mexico City: El Colegio de México.

Pacha, M.J., G. Villamarin, A. Vasquez, M. Villacis and E. Wilkinson (2019) ‘Climate-Resilient Cities in Latin America’, in W. Leal Filho et al. (eds.) Climate Action. Springer Nature.

Wilkinson, E., R. Steller and R. Bretton (2019) Making Effective Use of International and Transnational Policy Frameworks and National Risk Mitigation Instruments to Implement the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.GAR19 Contributing Paper, UNDRR.

Wilkinson, E. and C. King‐Okumu (2019) ‘Building resilience from the ground up’,Disasters 43(S3), 231-411.

Barclay, J., E. Wilkinson, C. S. White et al. (2019) ‘Historical trajectories of disaster risk in Dominica’, International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, April 2019, 1-17.

Wilkinson, E. et al (2018) Forecasting hazards, averting disasters: implementing forecast-based early action at scale. ODI Working Paper. London: ODI.Wilkinson, E. J. Twigg and R. Few (2018) Building back better: A resilient Caribbean after the 2017 hurricanes. ODI Briefing Paper. London: ODI.

Armijos, M.T., J. Phillips, E. Wilkinson, J. Barclay, A. Hicks, P. Palacios, P.Mothes, and J. Stone (2017) ‘Adapting to changes in volcanic behaviour: formal and informal interactions for enhanced risk management at Tungurahua Volcano, Ecuador’, Global Environmental Change 45: 217–226.

Wilkinson, E., J. Twigg, L. Weingartner, K. Peters (2017) Delivering Disaster Risk Reduction by 2030: Pathways to Progress, London: ODI.

Wilkinson, E. and I. Kelman (2017) ‘From Policy to Action and Back Again for Disaster Risk Reduction Including Climate Change Adaptation’, in I. Kelman, J. Mercer and JC Gaillard (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction Including Climate Change Adaptation, London: Routledge.

Simonet, C., E. Comba and E. Wilkinson (2017) Disasters and national economic resilience, ODI Working Paper. London: ODI.

Kirbyshire, A., E. Wilkinson, V. Le Masson, P. Batra (2017) Mass displacement and the challenge for urban resilience, ODI Working Paper. London: ODI.

Carabine, E. and E. Wilkinson (2016) ‘How can local governance systems strengthen community resilience? A Social-Ecological Systems approach’, Politics and Governance 4(4), 62-73.

Wilkinson, E., A. Kirbyshire, L. Mayhew, P. Batra, A. Milan (2016) ‘Climate-induced migration and displacement: closing the policy gap’. ODI Briefing. London: ODI.

Tanner, T and E. Wilkinson (2016) ‘Time to Act: Investing in Resilience’, In D. Sanderson and A. Sharma (eds.) World Disasters Report 2016. Resilience Saving Lives Today, Investing for Tomorrow. Geneva: IFRC.

Wilkinson, E., E. Lovell, B. Carby, J. Barclay and R. E.A. Robertson (2016) ‘The dilemmas of risk-sensitive development on a small volcanic island’, Resources, 5(2), 1-21.

Vorhies, F. and E. Wilkinson (2016) ‘Co-Benefits of Disaster Risk Management’, in Surminski, S. and Tanner, T.M. (eds.) (2016) Realising the Triple Resilience Dividend: A New Business Case for Disaster Risk Management. Dordrecht: Springer Nature.

Wilkinson, E. and K. Peters (2015) (eds.) Climate Extremes and Resilient Poverty Reduction: Development Designed with Uncertainty in Mind. London: ODI.

Tanner, T., S. Surminski, E. Wilkinson et al. (2015) The Triple Dividend of Resilience, London: ODI.

Le Masson, V., A. Norton and E. Wilkinson (2015) ‘Gender and resilience: A scoping paper for the Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters programme’, London: ODI.

Galperin, A. and E. Wilkinson (2015) Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance: UNDP Support during the Hyogo Framework for Action Implementation Period 2005-2015. New York: UNDP.

Wilkinson, E. (2015) ‘Beyond the volcanic crisis: Co-governance of risk in Montserrat’, Journal of Applied Volcanology 4 (3).

Wilkinson, E., et al. (2014) ‘Reaching its final destination? Tracking adaptation finance at the national level in Nepal, the Philippines, Uganda and Zambia’, London: ODI.

Wilkinson, E. and A. Brenes (2014) Risk-informed decision-making: an agenda for improving risk assessments under HFA2, CDKN Guide, London: CDKN.

Wilkinson, E., E. Comba and K. Peters. (2014) Disaster risk governance: Unlocking progress and reducing risk, New York: UNDP.

Wilkinson, E. (2013) ‘La gestión local del riesgo en la península Yucatán’, Medio Ambiente y Urbanización 78, 63-90.

Wilkinson, E. (2012) Transforming disaster risk management: a political economy approach, ODI Background Note, London: ODI.

Wilkinson, E. (2012) ‘Why “small is beautiful” in municipal disaster risk reduction: evidence from the Yucatán peninsula, Mexico’, Environmental Hazards 11(2), 155- 171.

Edwards, S., C. Fearnley, C. Lowe and E. Wilkinson (2012) ‘Disaster risk reduction for natural hazards: Putting research into practice’ Environmental Hazards 11(2), 172-176.

Wilkinson, E. (2011) ‘Reducción de riesgos de desastres: marcos institucionales, políticas y tendencias’, in B. Graizbord, A. Mercado, and R. Few (eds) Cambio Climático, Amenazas Naturales y Salud en México, México City: Colegio de México, 33-69.

Selected blogs

Blog with UNCTAD’s Rachid Bouhia calling for action to reduce debt distress in SIDS

Report on Preparing for extreme weather in the Caribbean: what role for forecast-based early action?

 Financing resilience in small-island developing states requires a change in mindsets from governments, investors and donors – see my Devex op-ed to find out how

Early action in the Eastern Caribbean can help ensure climate extremes don’t turn into disasters – this video explains how

SIDS and Disaster Risk – a discussion with Dr. Emily Wilkinson



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