Ashok Acharya is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and a Fellow and Joint Director of the Developing Countries Research Centre, University of Delhi. He received his Ph. D. from the University of Toronto. His areas of interest lie in contemporary political theory, including issues of social justice, rights and diversity, comparative inquiries in political philosophy, and cosmopolitan ethics and politics.
Rozy Kumari holds a BA (Hons) and MA in Political Science and is currently pursuing her M. Phil degree from the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi, and writing a dissertation on ‘Right to Food as a Basic Human Right.’ She is the National Research Coordinator for the Know Your Rights India Project and member of ASAP India. Her interests lie in areas of development ethics, global justice and human rights.
Chaitanya Singhania is a first year undergraduate at Yale College from New Delhi, India. He is excited to put his experience with education and sustainable development nonprofits to use as a Know Your Rights India intern. His interests include Gandhian thought, education reform, social reform movements and Latin, Greek and Sanskrit literature. He hopes to eventually return to India and play a small role in the poverty alleviation movement.