Devika Prasad is the Coordinator of the Police Reforms Programme and oversees the implementation of all of the programme's areas of work. Previously, Devika has worked with the International Committee of the Red Cross and the Working Group on Human Rights in India and the UN. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science, a Master’s in Comparative Legal Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London, and a Master's in Human Rights and Criminal Justice from Queen's University Belfast. Devika enjoys reading, films and music. She can be reached at email@example.com
Aditi Datta holds an M.Phil in Political Science from Jawaharlal Nehru University. She did her graduation from Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata. Before joining CHRI, she worked in the media, a publishing house as well in an NGO. Currently she is working as Senior Programme Officer in the Police Reforms Programme under Access to Justice. She looks after Bangladesh, India related activities as well as outreach and advocacy of police teams core area of work. She loves gardening, watching vintage movies (Hollywood and Bangla) and eating fish of various varieties (Hilsa Chitala, Koi, Aar, Pabda, Morola, Pomfret, Puthi, Chada, Pholi, and Tangra to name a few) and cooked in Bangal style. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Devyani Srivastava is a Senior Program Officer in the Police Reforms Program and is in-charge of project activities in South Asia. Previously, she worked with the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, an independent think tank based in New Delhi, where her research focused on internal security, extremism and insurgencies. She completed her Master’s Degree in International Relations from University of Warwick (UK) and Bachelors’ degree in Political Science from Hindu College, University of Delhi. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Uladzimir Dzenisevich works on the Police Reforms in East Africa, covering Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. He holds an MA in European Studies and International Relations from University of Maastricht (The Netherlands), an LL.M. in International Development Law and Human Rights from University of Warwick (UK) and an LL.B. from European Humanities University (Lithuania). He’s been short-named Ula by overall consensus because of an unpronounceable first name. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sangeeta Mukherjee is currently working as admin Assistant in the Police Reform Team, where she is handling all administrative related work of the police team . She has a total work experience of around 11 years. In the past, she had worked in various organisations across varied industry category. Where she had spent almost 9 years out of 11 years in administrative related assignments. Sangeeta is a post graduate in commerce from the University of Lucknow. She had also done Advance Diploma in computer application and a certificate course in Tally. She likes watching movies, gardening and listening old songs. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Ankur Otto is working as a Project Officer in the Police Reforms Programme. He is engaged in advocacy and evidence based research in promoting inclusive policing and police accountability in India. He holds a degree in B.Sc Mathematics (H) from St Stephen’s College and has done a Masters in Social Work in Criminology & Justice from Tata Institute of Social Sciences. He has previously assisted the Smile Foundation in fund raising. He is ardent about basketball, Music, travelling and is a big foodie. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nikita Bhukar is working as a Research Officer with the Police Reforms Programme primarily focusing on research and advocacy. She holds a Masters in Social Work (MSW), with a specialization in Criminology and Justice from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai and an MA in Public Administration from University of Rajasthan. Her MSW thesis focused on post rescue processes of repatriation and rehabilitation of Bangladeshi Women rescued under Immoral Traffic Prevention Act (ITPA), 1956. She has done her Bachelors in Arts (Prog.) in Economics and Mathematics from Jesus and Mary College (JMC), Delhi University. She can be reached at email@example.com
Sai Bourothu is working as a Project Officer in the Police Reforms Program focusing on accountable policing mechanisms. They have completed their Bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Osmania University and a Masters in Social Work (Criminology and Justice) from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Passionate on issues of gender and sexuality in the south Asian context, with a special focus on the interactions of gender and sexual minorities with the criminal justice system. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org