Debojit Dutta
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Debojit Dutta is an editorial associate at IDR, and is responsible for writing, editing, sourcing, and publishing content. He has previously worked in editorial roles with Sahapedia, The Quint, and The Sunday Guardian, and is a founding editor of Antiserious, a literary webzine. Debojit’s writings have appeared in publications such as Himal Southasian,, and The Wire.

Articles by Debojit Dutta

A photo of Shah Rukh Khan in water_nonprofit humour

November 14, 2022
SRK gifs for all the deadlines you’ve missed.
Image of Kareena Kapoor saying "definitely not your page"-nonprofit humour

August 29, 2022
Seven types of people you ‘meet’ on LinkedIn
How did this become the platform for cringe content and toxic positivity?
a woman dressed in green picks up mahua flowers off the forest floor-adivasis

July 22, 2022
Beyond the pandemic: The struggles of Chhattisgarh’s Adivasis
The challenges faced by the Adivasis are rooted in poor implementation of policies and laws, and continuous exploitation of their lands and livelihoods.
Inspirational quote that says "the sun is up, the sky is blue, its beautiful and so are you"-Nonprofit humour

June 13, 2022
Vastu solutions to social sector problems
Never heard your boss say ‘I value you’? Feel like you’re the only person without an impactful job to brag about? No worries. Vastu will show you the right direction.
wooden stamp - government

May 10, 2022
Government partnerships: What makes them successful?
Nonprofits that work with the government must prioritise patience and perseverance as necessary skills in their partnerships.
Workers standing at the other side of a counter_e-shram

April 28, 2022
Confusion mars e-Shram registration process
Across India, unorganised workers registering for the e-Shram card have to wade through rumours of monetary benefits, fear of fraud, and a daunting process.
Women exchanging various goods at a fair-barter-rural communities

January 12, 2022
Can barter system work in today’s India?
Amid a cash crunch and market shutdowns during COVID-19 many rural communities in India used barter to meet their needs—showing us why this form of exchange still works.
Women harvesting the field_Flickr-women entrepreneurs

December 17, 2021
A crisis is an opportunity to recognise women’s leadership
Prema Gopalan of SSP talks about the role of agriculture in building sustainable livelihoods and the need to build an ecosystem for women to take charge.
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