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Home Town: Mandi, Himachal Pradesh
Education: LL.M in Access to Justice, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. B.A. LL.B (Hons.), GGS Indraprastha University, Delhi.
Specific Field Interests: Gender Equality, International Law, International Development, Human Rights, Education, Sustainable Development, Governance, Public Policy
Placement: Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh (Education)
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Fellowship Project: Develop innovative education interventions to eliminate learning barriers and improve the quality of education, teacher training and school curriculum for the Tibetan refugee community. Devise implementation and impact assessment strategies & tool

Highlights: Priyanka holds a Masters in Law in Access to Justice, bringing in professional, academic, and personal expertise in the fields of gender equality, human rights, international law, education, governance, public policy, and sustainable development through her diverse set of interdisciplinary experiences at various NGOs, government, legal institutions, and research organizations. Growing up as a third culture kid in different parts across the world throughout her childhood while experiencing a confluence of cultures, languages, and traditions has molded Priyanka into an adaptable, resilient, and socially conscientious lawyer with a strong bent for experiential and hands-on learning. In her role as a researcher at the Universities of Oxford and SOAS, she conducted archival research on the Indian Constitution-making process. She has published and presented her research on women’s rights in the Human Rights Law Journal, RG National University of Law, and also won the award for the Best Research Study at Consumers India. As part of the Education Team at Human Projects, she helped design, develop and supply lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school students across the world (impacting 375692 lives, 118 countries, through 18753 lessons taught) to empower them to solve problems in their communities.

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