Swati Singh

Swati is the co-founder of PPI. She works as an Associate at a public policy think tank. She's also pursuing a Masters in Political Science.

The Glass Ceiling for Women in Justice

Over the years, India’s justice delivery system has witnessed several path-breaking and trailblazing women lawyers and judges who have etched their names in history. But just like the deficits in India’s capacity to deliver justice, gender imbalance is plaguing the four pillars of justice- judiciary, police, prisons and legal aid. The recently released India Justice Report …

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India’s Trade Policy is Affecting Agricultural Trade

Recently, the final session of India’s seventh Trade Policy Review (TPR) concluded at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland. The TPR is an important mechanism under the WTO’s monitoring function in which member countries’ trade and related policies are examined with an aim to contribute towards improved adherence to WTO rules. India’s last TPR took place in 2015. Six …

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Farmers & COVID

One of the sections of people hit hardest by the lockdown have been farmers. There are daily news reports about how, due to the lockdown, farmers are not able to make a living.
The truth is, farmers have not been able to make a good living for a long time now, and this lockdown has, in fact, led to improving matters for them.