Project Statecraft

In July, 2020, we collaborated with Project Statecraft- an independent youth led think thank that aims to provide a youthful voice to policy making and governance through research initiatives and educational programmes.

The aim of the collaboration was to aid better research and contribute to a greater impact.

Researchers from both the organisations together worked on three research papers, focusing on the following topics:

  • Issues and Challenges in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SHRs) of Young People in India.
  • Peace, Justice, Strong Institutions, and the Role Of Local Government in times of Communal Riots.
  • Barriers to the Education of Rural Youth.


The insights gained from the research work will soon be implemented with our off-field projects. We’re thrilled to present to you the following Research Booklet.


We collaborated with ENACT in January 2021 as our first research collaboration of the year. ENACT is a forum intended to enable people to make links between climate change and its far-reaching implications. ENACT aims to create a climate literate society through the dissemination of knowledge.

The theme of collaboration was highlighting the role of youth in tackling Climate Change.

The collaboration aimed at:

– Fostering discourse in academia by indulging young scholars into academic research;
– Empowering youth to enable conversations around Climate Change;
– Realising and accessing the problems and coming up with imperative action strategies.

Researchers from both the organisations together worked on three research papers, focusing on the following topics:

  • Youth Procrastination and Climate Change
  • Climate Change Action through Education: Strategies to Integrate CCEE in Schools
  • Mainstreaming Gender in Climate Change Action: A Nuanced Approach

We’re exhilarated to present to you the following Research Compendium.

Research Compendium

with students from St.Mark's School, Meera Bagh

In the month of October, St.Mark’s School, Meera Bagh, joined us in making research a more inclusive space by getting their high schoolers enrolled in our Research Bootcamp. The young changemakers entered the Bootcamp with a stereotypical perception about research, and as they left, it wasn’t only a fresh approach towards research that they were leaving with, but also a research paper under their names and a place for themselves in the field of academia.

Filled with comprehensive research around vast topics, we present to you the compilation of their Research Papers in the following Research Compendium.