Anjana John was a Senior Research Associate with the Namati- CPR Environmental Justice Program, India.
Previously she has worked with the Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies (New Delhi, India), where she provided research assistance in public policy to legislators of Indian Parliament. While in college, she held an internship with the National Human Rights Commission of India. Later, during her MPhil course, Anjana worked with one of India’s particularly vulnerable tribal communities (Baiga tribe) in Madhya Pradesh and conducted primary research on how social inequalities are influenced and impacted on the energy distribution process in the rural. Her primary interest areas include tribal rights, social justice, energy and development.
Anjana holds a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Delhi as well as an MPhil in Development Practice from Ambedkar University Delhi.