Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change (HMCCC) has different effects depending on the social group and population in focus. The experience of HMCCC differs based on intersections of gender, socio-economic status, sexual orientation and gender identity, geographical location and ethnicity. This systematic review shows that HMCCC is inherently gendered by presenting the findings of existing publications on gender from recent literature as well as interviews from the four geographical components of the Global Programme Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change (GP HMCCC) in the Philippines, the Caribbean, the Pacific and East Africa. In addition, the review concludes that gender aspects and intersectional discrimination are not adequately addressed across all forms of human mobility, which include migration, displacement, (planned) relocation and immobility of so-called ‘trapped populations’. From these insights follow important fields of action for the German development cooperation that will eventually lead to contributing to a more effective framework of policies.