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Raksha Kumar is a multimedia journalist focusing on human rights. She reports for The New York Times, BBC, Guardian, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, Open Democracy, South China Morning Post, Scroll.in and The Hindu.
This website showcases Raksha’s work from 11 countries and across 23 states in India. Her focus areas are land and forest rights of the most vulnerable communities. Since these issues cannot be looked at in isolation, Raksha found herself increasingly reporting on armed conflict around resource extraction.
In 2015, she wrote, shot and directed a documentary film on Rationalists in Contemporary India, which was aired by India’s public broadcaster, Doordarshan. READ MORE.