Findings from a survey on the impact of the lockdown on food security, livelihoods and access to relief schemes across several states, conducted by our faculty, in collaboration with civil society organisations.
I‑CARD (India – Covid Assessment and Response Dashboard) presents fortnightly views on the COVID-19 humanitarian, health and livelihoods crisis for vulnerable groups across multiple geographies, conducted by university faculty in collaboration with civil society organisations.
Stranded Workers Action Network (SWAN) summarises status of migrants during and post lockdown. The library of reports can be found here.
Joblessness and opportunity in Tamil Nadu, by P.G. Babu, Vikas Kumar and Poonam Singh in The Hindu.
The Fear of Physical Nearness: Its Impact on Economy by Santhakumar V.
We need mass mobilization so that 2020 won’t be 1918 redux by Anurag Behar in Livemint.
Pandemic, informality, and vulnerability: Impact of COVID-19 on livelihoods in India by Surbhi Kesar, Rosa Abraham, Rahul Lahoti, Paaritosh Nath, and Amit Basole.
Remote learning options are temporary by Rishikesh B S in Deccan Herald
‘Work From Home’: Reluctance to follow during normal times? by Santhakumar V
Humane social choices are also the wisest ones for our economy by Anurag Behar in Livemint.
The Right Time to Speak of Housing Rights in India is Right Now: In India, the housing justice question has not really been picked up by any civil society activism. Could the migrants’ crisis following the lockdown lead to a Wall Street moment? by Sushmita Pati in The Wire.
Home and community-based education support during Covid-19 pandemic for underprivileged children of South Odisha by Debabrata Behera, M.A. Education 2014 – 16
Post-Lockdown, Workers Demand More Work, Better Wages Under Rural Jobs Scheme by Rajat Kumar, M.A. Development 2013 – 15
Quest for A Self-Sufficient Nation: On The Labor and Land Reforms by Indian States During the Pandemic by Ajithraj R, M.A. Development 2016 – 18
The COVID-19 crisis as a metropolitan battle by V R Vachana, M.A. Development 2015 – 17
Unconventional responses to unconventional time – Lessons from the Indian state of Kerala’s successful fight with COVID-19 by Ajith Raj R, M.A. Development, Class of 2018 and Gloria Benny, M.A. Development, Class of 2019
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Community-led response to COVID-19: A case study from Chachali village in Jharkhand
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Enhancing Testing Capacity for COVID-19: A key element of our integrated healthcare response to the pandemic
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Responding to COVID in a Bustling Metropolis: Part 1 of our integrated healthcare response to a sudden surge in COVID-19 cases in Bengaluru
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Augmenting COVID Treatment Facilities: A key element of our integrated healthcare response to the pandemic