Pratibha Singh is a researcher/writer on issues pertaining to gender and conflict in South Asia. She is currently pursuing her Masters from the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, Germany.
The EU must drop its target for agrofuels which is putting food security at risk in many regions in Southeast Asia.READ MORE
Although the EU is one of the biggest aid donors in the world, it is often inhibited in its strives by grand political and economic pursuits.READ MORE
The world might have moved on but the after effects of the bloody battle still linger in the northern region of Sri Lanka. The peace and reconciliation process is still fragile and punctuated by various challenges.READ MORE
The discourse at the international level has largely ignored gendered aspects and responses to climate mitigation issues. Several studies have proved that climate change has adverse impacts on the disadvantaged and poverty stricken groups, women being most affected amongst them.READ MORE