Ms Roshni Menon
- Department of Development Studies Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Department of Development Studies
- Email address
- Thesis title
- Land-pooling for the ‘smart city’ of Amaravati, Andhra Pradesh:Inclusive development or land dispossession in a different guise?
- Internal Supervisors
- Professor Jens Lerche
Roshni has degrees in International Relations from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada and the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex in Brighton, UK. She has consulted for over a decade at UNDP and UN Women on issues spanning human development, gender equality, environmental sustainability, democratic governance, and the sustainable development goals (SDGs). She began her career working for an NGO focused on microfinance, natural resource management and women’s empowerment in Karnataka, India.
Accumulation by dispossession, Andhra Pradesh, agrarian change, cities, caste, governance,
India, land acquisition, land dispossession, land pooling.