Currently working at the Multiple Action Research Group (MARG). I have been the Voice of the Week for #Sayfty.com and an active participant of the SayftyChats.
Previously served as a Policy Fellow at CARE USA and an Atlas Corps Fellow at Washington D.C. I am extremely keen about social change and how we can use innovation and technology to leverage its process. My work includes policy analysis and research on early and forced child marriages in Nepal and Bangladesh and on Gender based violence globally. I have had the privilege to work on wide range of Human Rights issues issues specifically related to women, children and marginalized communities, both at grassroots and strategy formulation levels, encompassing project implementation, advocacy, strategy and development.
I have worked extensively on Human Trafficking and its different sequential elements from Rescue operations to the survivor's rehabilitation. My focal approach also takes within its ambit more micro level areas such as Right to Education, Adolescents’ Rights and Access to Justice.
Have written a couple of articles & reports and have been on fact-finding missions on problems faced by children, displaced, landless persons and at-risk youth. I have rapporteured for various National & Regional Consultations and meetings on Access of Justice for poor and the marginalised.
An avid traveller, animal lover, collector of antiques and a passionate human trafficking abolitionist. I like opening up my bundle of ideas for those who dream to be original. My dream is to see a world that is healthy, kind, peaceful, vibrant and free from violence.