Tanmoy Bhaduri

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Tanmoy Bhaduri is a development sector professional and former journalist. He has worked as an independent multimedia storyteller and has experience in writing and reporting across a variety of platforms, including print, television, and online. He has covered under-reported issues on development, human trafficking, women’s and children’s rights, climate change, land rights, conflicts, and natural disasters across 25 Indian states. Currently, he works with International Water Management Institute (IWMI).

Articles by Tanmoy Bhaduri

Profile of Saraswati Das, a fishworker, who is sorting fish while sitting on the ground_livelihood of fishing community

March 2, 2023
Photo essay: Why are fishers in West Bengal shifting to farming?
Infrastructure projects and extreme weather events threaten the livelihood of fishing communities in coastal West Bengal.
Man's hands with some tokens

June 21, 2017
Photo essay: The brick kiln kids of Bengal
A collection of images by photojournalist Tanmoy Bhaduri gives you a glimpse into the lives of the adults and children who migrate to work in Bengal's brick fields.
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