Naurin holds a Master’s in Economics from Stella Maris College Chennai, and a Bachelor’s in Economics, English, and Psychology from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. Her interests facilitate between migrant studies and development economics. She has worked under the migration unit in the Centre for Development Studies and IIMAD for a brief stint. Currently, she works at the Institut Francais India and aims to contribute her bit to International student mobility and migration.
Dr Manveen Kaur is a master’s student in Gerontology and Ageing at King’s College London. She
holds a fellowship in Geriatric Medicine and an MBBS degree from Government Medical College and
Hospital, Aurangabad. Having worked with older people from tribal, rural, and urban slums settings
in India, she brings her clinical acumen, a grassroots worker’s perspective, and a researcher’s skills together in her work.
Themrise Khan is an independent development professional and researcher with over 25 years of practitioner and policy-based experience in international development, aid effectiveness, gender, and global migration. She has worked with a vast spectrum of multilateral and bilateral organizations, INGOs and civil society organizations in Pakistan, Canada and South Asia and has a number of publications and articles to her credit. She blogs, speaks and writes actively on notions of decolonization, North-South power imbalances in development, race relations and immigrant citizenship and integration. She lives in Pakistan.
Uthara Geetha is an independent researcher. She is an Erasmus Mundus Scholar of Gender Studies from University of York (UK) and University of Oviedo (Spain). She also holds a master’s degree in Applied Economics from Centre for development. Her main research interest is on the intersectionality of caste, class and gender in Kerala.
Anjana K S holds Bachelor’s degrees in Statistics from Vimala College, Masters and MPhil in Biostatistics and Demography from International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai. Additionally completed diploma course in Statistical Computing in Data Analysis. Her main research interests include population studies and gender issues. Before joining IIMAD she served as a Data Analyst in IDA.
Roshan R. Menon, is an M.Phil. graduate in Population Studies, from the International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai. He has earlier worked as a Research Associate at Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum, where he was involved in coordinating multiple migration surveys and has co-designed a survey on Return Migrants as well. Although he has worked exclusively on migration, he also wishes to focus on areas in ageing and gender in the future.