The Quality Education India Development Impact Bond (QEI DIB) offers valuable insight into how to design and evaluate outcomes-based instruments for success.
Online dispute resolution has the potential to ease the burden of caseload carried by courts, while at the same time making justice more accessible and decentralised. What does the ODR growth in India look like?
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic surfaced in most parts of the world, including India, and changed how people, communities and organisations function. There is...
How can collaborative legal technology building improve solutions for vulnerable communities?
The Sports and Society Accelerator’s seven-layer ‘Sports Stack’ is a starting point to deliver on the social potential of sport and address issues of inclusion, empowerment and community.
Technology can improve the way that citizens engage with the law. Citizen feedback is crucial to a healthy legal system- what technological tools can improve the pre-legislative consultation process in India?
“What is in it for you? Why are you doing this?” asks one of the Health Navigators (HNs) in Channapatna, the “Toy-City'' of Karnataka,...
India’s 'party capital' is never short of a drink. With 92 registered distilleries, wineries, and breweries, Goa’s alcohol industry is a highly polluting and resource-intensive one. Could small-scale producers of local beverages like feni offer alternatives to the larger beer , gin, and whiskey industry?
The cumulative effect that MNREGS activities can have on reducing agriculture, disaster, and livelihood-based vulnerabilities of rural households is staggering, and frankly quite underrated.
Corporators have the agency and opportunity to attend to, if not solve, the most immediate and proximate woes of an urban citizen. Yet, municipal elections continue to be one of the most ignored aspects of Indian democracy, with local politics playing subordinate to state and national politics.
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