Aarohi Damle

Aarohi Damle profile

Aarohi is currently a consultant at Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action (YUVA) and focuses on the Dharavi Redevelopment Project. Previously, she worked as a training facilitator at the Labour Education and Research Network (LEARN), Dharavi and as a research assistant at India Migration Now (IMN), Mumbai, addressing intersections of gender, work, migration, and livelihoods. Aarohi has a masters in sociology from the University of Amsterdam and a bachelors in sociology from St Xavier’s College, Mumbai.


Articles by Aarohi Damle


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February 18, 2020
Stitched together: Migrants in India’s textile sector
What does the top-down, informal, and buyer-driven approach of the textile industry mean for the female migrant workers subcontracted at the lowest end of the spectrum?
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