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About Seema Guha

Seema Guha is a New Delhi-based freelance journalist writing on Indian foreign policy.  She also works as a commissioning editor for openGlobalRights.

Articles by Seema Guha

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Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

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Crushing dissent: NGOs under threat in India

Can NGOs and India’s political opposition stop Modi’s civil society clampdown? A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate, Funding for Human Rights.

भारत में मानव मलमूत्र हटाने के कार्य (मैनुअल स्केवेंजिंग) को समाप्त करने के लिए हिंदू धार्मिक नेताओं को बोलना पड़ेगा

दलित समुदायों द्वारा कच्चे सीवेज को एकत्रित करने की प्रथा के विरूद्ध भारत में हिंदू धार्मिक नेता प्रबलता से अभियान चलाने के लिए अनिच्छुक रहे हैं, और यही कारण इस प्रथा के उन्मूलन करने के प्रयासों की प्रगति को धीमी कर रहा है। openGlobalRights की बहस, धर्म और मानव अधिकार के लिए एक योगदान। English

To end manual scavenging in India, Hindu religious leaders must speak up

In India, Hindu religious leaders are reluctant to campaign loudly against the collection of raw sewage by oppressed communities, and this is slowing progress in abolishing the practice. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate, Religion and Human Rightsहिन्दी

Playing both sides: India’s muted response to the Gaza conflict

With a new right-wing government and a growing number of Indians admiring Israel’s aggressive foreign policy, India’s response to Gaza has been fairly muted. Will Prime Minister Modi reverse the country’s longstanding support of Palestine? A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate on Emerging Powers and Human Rights.

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