Received Sylff fellowship in 2018.
Research area: Gender
Academic supervisor: Dr. Shibasis Chatterjee
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
1. Graduation in Political Science, Miranda House, University of Delhi. 2. Program officer at STOP (ngo) in Delhi. 3.Masters in International Relations, Jadavpur University. 4. Student theater in University of Delhi. 5. Part of a women's Collective in Chandannagar (sub-urban area in West Bengal, India)
Current affiliation: Masters in International Relations, Jadavpur University.
After graduating from Miranda House, University of Delhi in Political Science, I have spent a year working with an organization that rehabilitates women and children who have been rescued from trafficking. I was closely involved in the first response team that worked with rescue teams of Delhi Police. Currently, I am pursuing a master’s degree in International Relations from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. My SYLFF research studies the existing processes of rehabilitation in governmental and non-governmental sector. In analyzing the processes, the primary focus will be on the role agency of survivors play. It is largely going to take the shape of a legal and policy narrative. https://www.linkedin.com/in/amrita-mukherjee-25578816b/
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