One Public Policy explainer at a time.
Women and Unpaid Labour
Read our latest post on how the Indian economy rests on billions of hours of unpaid labour by women and tell us: what are your views on these trends highlighting unpaid care and work burden falling disproportionately on women, and yet them not being recognised for the same?
First Past the Post: Relevance In the Indian Scenario
An electoral system impacts the quality of representative democracy and the nature and extent of voting behaviour.
Health and India: Where We Stand and the Way Ahead
A country boasting one of the cheapest healthcare costs in the world, yet a vast swathe of its population fears any experience with its public healthcare system as it currently is.
Playing God: The Farm Revolution We Needed Years Ago
In 2002 – India commercialised the genetically modified Bt Cotton which contains up to 200 toxins to fight pests, insects, parasites and herbicides and consequently grew into the world’s largest producer of cotton.