The Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) is an independent international research institute that has seven centres across the world. We have been engaged in environment and development issues at local, national, regional and global policy levels for more than 30 years, over which time the institute has built a reputation for rigorous and objective scientific analysis. SEI Asia in Bangkok plays a key role in fulfilling SEI’s mission to bridge science and policy to help advance sustainable development, through research, capacity-building, and engagement with stakeholders. Migration, Environment and Climate Change is a key research theme within SEI Asia and the wider Institute, and the HABITABLE team has led and supported research and policy engagement activities on these themes. SEI Asia hosts the Gender, Environment and Development (GED) Cluster formed of a team of gender professionals who apply gender equality and social equity perspectives to environment and development issues, and work on a range of topics including migration and displacement, climate change and disaster risk management. SEI Asia also co-leads SEI’s Global Initiative on Gender Equality, Social Equity and Poverty (GESEP) and hosts the International Centre of Excellence on Transforming Development and Disaster Risk (ICoE-TDDR).