25 Aug 2021
A guide to investigating disappearances related to organized crime
#GIDisappearances, Resilience Fund
Community Manager, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
Radha started working with the GI on its tech initiative, VIVA, in 2020. She then began supporting other initiatives of the Resilience Fund including its Fellowship programs.
Radha was an editor, working for publications such as Oxford University Press, India and at Carnegie India where she was also the communications coordinator. Radha consulted independent inter-disciplinary learning platforms in organizing and curating festivals, dialogues and workshops with people from diverse backgrounds. Her interest in learning and development led her to work with social enterprises that offered tech-mediated learning programs to public colleges in smaller cities. She also taught high school students at an international school.
Radha has an Msc in International Relations and Diplomacy from Leiden University and a B.A in Socio-Anthropology from St. Xaviers’ College, Mumbai. She recently completed a teaching program on 21st Century skills from Moreland University.
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