Shivangi Seth

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Shivangi Seth is a Data Researcher at HACE: Data Changing Child Labour, UK. She holds a Masters in International Law and Diplomacy from the Australian National University and has previously interned with Carnegie India, the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, and the Observer Research Foundation. Her primary research interests include post-conflict reconstruction and transitional justice.

A smoke screen of “normalcy” in Kashmir
A smoke screen of “normalcy” in Kashmir
In the ethnically diverse region, a displaced minority continues to battle for its rights.
Why India needs a refugee law
Why India needs a refugee law
Adopting international standards will not only benefit people seeking asylum but India’s relations in the neighbourhood.
India’s inconsistent adherence to the Women, Peace and Security agenda
India’s inconsistent adherence to the Women, Peace and Security agenda
Sending women to serve as peacekeepers is laudable. But at home, women continue to be marginalised.
India’s inconsistent adherence to the Women, Peace and Security agenda
India’s inconsistent adherence to the Women, Peace and Security agenda
Sending women to serve as peacekeepers is laudable. But at home, women continue to be marginalised.
Putting Putin on trial to enforce a price for the powerful
Putting Putin on trial to enforce a price for the powerful
Building a just international order must go beyond the interest of a few to foster a true test of global accountability.
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