Aarohi Damle

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Aarohi Damle works as a researcher at the Centre for Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes (CEHAT) where she studies gender-based violence in public spaces. She is a sociologist by training with an interest in gender and its intersection with health, labour, and migration. Aarohi has previously worked with informal workers in Maharashtra, and has also worked as a lecturer.

Articles by Aarohi Damle

an ASHA worker reads a report of a pregnant woman at her house in Chennai, India--grassroots workers

July 9, 2024
A case for building research capacities at the grassroots
Frontline workers and grassroots organisations routinely collect data but lack the resources to analyse and put it to use. Why is this a problem, and what can be done to address it?
Workers manually decontaminating cotton before it goes for spinning_Wikimedia Commons_migration textile

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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