This opinion was published in Live Law on November 18, 2018.
About the Authors
Malavika is the Research Fellow at Nyaaya. She is a graduate of Symbiosis International University and holds a B.B.A.LLB degree. Her main areas of research include womens's rights, child rights, social welfare legislations, gender based violence and information design. She also writes regularly on publications such as Live Law and Firstpost. Before joining Vidhi she completed a summer course on International Relations from Kings College London in 2017. She has worked on the Legal Development Project funded by WHO on ‘Road Safety and Design’ and in the National Policy and Research Team by IDIA (Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access).
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