During Apoorva’s tenure with JJN, she has worked on several projects such as Jal Kaushal, a study mapping the jobs-tasks-skills nexus of rural water management; conducted an evaluation of an International Labour Organization project aimed at improving working conditions of cotton farmers and labourers in the state of Telangana; and participated in a study assessing the impact of digitalization on India’s labour market.
She has conducted qualitative research across four countries and is interested in climate adaptation, livelihoods, ecology, and urbanisation. Apoorva holds a BA in International Relations and Comparative Cultures and Politics from Michigan State University and was an Urban Fellow at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements. Through her work, she hopes to build a better and more just world for communities marginalized due to caste, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, and physical ability.
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