Sneha is a Research Fellow at Vidhi, Karnataka working on Urban Development and Municipal Governance. She is interested in feminist urbanism, local governance and socio-legal research. She is a 2015 law graduate from ILS Law College, Pune and subsequently, pursued a postgraduate diploma in liberal studies from Ashoka University. She has previously worked at the Chairman’s office, Quality Council of India on multiple projects with the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Ministry of Railways. Prior to joining Vidhi, she worked at the Hyderabad Urban Lab, researching legal and policy aspects of conservation of urban heritage in the city.
Empowering the Third-Tier
The Constitution must be appropriately amended to ensure that State Governments mandatorily devolve certain functions to local governments
Covid-19 Calls for Re-Thinking Social Security for India’s Platform Workers
The draft Social Security Code falls short in providing legal protections for gig workers