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Our Vision

This migration newsroom aims to capture the journeys and challenges of India’s vast internal migrant workforce. It will document their ever-growing vulnerabilities owing to climate change and rising rural distress, while exploring solutions for the future. Through consistent reportage and innovative storytelling the portal aims to mainstream migrant matters and build a repository of research and data on the subject.


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Roli Srivastava is a Mumbai-based journalist and reports on just transition, gender, migration and inclusive economies, focusing mainly on India’s marginalized communities. She has worked with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, where she was Climate and Just Transition Correspondent, India, and major Indian newspapers including The Hindu where she was Deputy Editor and The Times of India where she was Editor, Special Projects. She has won the Fetisov Journalism Award and the Laadli Media and Advertising Award for Gender Sensitivity for her investigation on a health scandal in rural India robbing women of their wombs. She undertakes training workshops  for journalists.

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Anuradha Nagaraj is an independent journalist and reports on labour rights, climate change and just transition. She has spent over two decades reporting on a range of issues across India. Anuradha started her career at The Indian Express newspaper as a reporter and rose to be the city editor of its Delhi edition. She also covered the Indian sub-continent for German news agency Deutsche Presse Agentur and Thomson Reuters Foundation. She is the winner of the 2018 Ulrich Wickert International Award for reporting on child rights. A certified media trainer, she does training workshops for journalists and civil society groups.

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Radha Rajadhyaksha is a Mumbai-based journalist, who, in the course of her career, has headed several editing teams at The Times of India and its allied publications. She has written on a range of subjects from cinema and music to politics, human rights, civic and consumer issues and law. After quitting TOI as Senior Editor, she wrote a cinema column for The Hindu newspaper and edited several books, among them Kamu Iyer’s book on colonial architecture called ‘Boombay’, American academic Jayson Beaster Jones’ ‘Bollywood Sounds: The Cosmopolitan Mediations of Hindi Film Song’ and ‘Multiciplities’, a book on Mumbai urban heritage commissioned by MMRDA. Besides writing and editing, cinema is her passion—she has assisted acclaimed film-maker Govind Nihalani and has a diploma in screenwriting from Whistling Woods, Mumbai.

Vipul Kumar


Vipul Kumar is a Bangalore-based visual designer, illustrator, and graphic novels enthusiast. His design practice is inspired by everyday life, and his research interests include art as activism, with a focus on the power of art in transforming political consciousness and discourse. Vipul also works as a freelance illustrator, primarily for social impact organizations and independent researchers. Outside of work, you can find him exploring street food, making zines, or playing frisbee.

Sound Engineer

Akshay Ramuhalli is a Bangalore-based sound engineer and music producer who specializes in audio podcast production. With over six years of professional experience, Akshay learned everything by working with multiple people while not having a degree in sound or music. He has worked on recording, mixing, and making specific music for the projects required for clients like Audible, Azim Premji Foundation, Amazon, and more. 
He also makes original music under the name of BTRPT. You can check out his work on:

Prashant Vasudevan

Audio Content Consultant

Prashant Vasudevan is an audio content consultant. He specialises in producing podcasts and archiving stories through sounds. He has over 20 years of experience in music programming and content creation on various radio platforms including Worldspace and Radio City. Currently he is working on a series of audio shows with a focus on constitutional values and traditional knowledge.

He believes audio can play a great role in helping people understand the world around them. It is this aspect that keeps him interested in working and experimenting on various aspects of this medium.

Writer & Photographer

Deekshith R Pai is a freelance documentary photographer and writer, with a primary interest in the development sector focusing on stories around communities, gender, livelihoods, and ecology. He is also a film enthusiast and writes about films through various social lenses.

Tanmoy Bhaduri


Tanmoy Bhaduri is a Delhi-based development communication specialist. He is an award winning journalist and multimedia storyteller who focuses on social, cultural and environmental issues.

Aishwarya Mohanty


Aishwarya Mohanty is an independent journalist based in Odisha, and reports on the often overlapping themes of gender, human rights, climate change and environment.

P Anima


P Anima is a Delhi-based journalist who writes on climate change, energy transition, gender inequality and archaeology

Rishabh Shrivastava


Rishabh Shrivastava is a researcher and writer working on issues of law, policy and development

Amoolya Rajappa


Amoolya Rajappa is a Bengaluru-based independent journalist and reports on labour, internal migration, climate change and displacement in India.


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