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  Paroma Wagle  
  Paroma has recently completed Erasmus Mundus Master of Science in Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management awarded by Central European University in Hungary, Lund University in Sweden, Manchester University in United Kingdom and Aegean University in Greece (2013). Her work involves mapping of experiences in India that fits in within the “deliberative democracy” framework as a way of resolving conflicts.
 
     
  Jayanthi Pushkaran  
  Research Coordinator, Water and Climate Change, Delhi Greens. Her task is to develop a comprehensive paper addressing (a) the social construction of the Mullaperiyar Dam Conflict and (b) hydropolitics of Mullaperiyar Dam and implications for river basin management.  
     
  Anuj Goyal  
  Anuj is pursuing M.A in Development from Azim Premji University, Bangalore. His task was to study the water privatisation as manifested in the Mahanadi basin especially in the state of Chhattisgarh. He has completed his two-month internship under the Forum’s activities. He submitted two reports at the end,
a) Seven New Barrages: Giving Birth to Many New Conflicts
b) Hasdeo Bango Project: Changing Allocation Patterns .
 
     
  Sridhar A  
  Sridhar is pursuing M.Sc. in Water Policy & Governance at TISS, Mumbai. He has completed his two-month internship, which included a field study in the Hasdeo basin. His main study was about the impact of human interventions on the river basin.  
     
  Amelie Huber  
  Amelie was conducting research on conflicts over water and development in Northeast India. Drawing on case studies from Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, her work focuses on processes of depoliticisation and knowledge construction related to hydropower dams and climate-related hazards and risks; identity politics in water conflicts; and the ways in which different actors interact over and shape environmental governance and development paradigms. Amelie is a PhD fellow with the European Network of Political Ecology (ENTITLE), and is based at the Institute for Environmental Science and Technology in Barcelona and at Bogazici University, Istanbul.  
     
  Prerna Prasad  
  Prerna is pursuing her Masters in Water Policy and Governance from TISS, Mumbai. As part of her internship with the Forum, she worked to collect the baseline data for the E-Flows theme work. She is currently trying to study the failure of Rural Drinking Water and Sanitation Schemes in Jharkhand and plans to develop an integrated perspective to look at the issue.  
     
  Joas Platteeuw  
  Joas is pursuing Masters in International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), The Netherlands. For his thesis he was looking into civil society resistance against hydropower in the Darjeeling region, West Bengal, from both an anti-political framework and eco-governmental perspective.  
     
  Nadja den Betsen  
  Nadja is a Masters student in Water Management at the Delft University of Technology, Netherlands. She is doing one month internship for her Masters’ thesis, where she is trying to develop a socio-hydrological model for a subsistence farmers (small land holders) in Maharashtra, explaining the regional variance for suicidal rates in Maharashtra.  
     
  Ramya Swayamparakash  
  Ramya is currently pursuing Masters in Urban design from the Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, USA. She is currently working on formulating the draft report on situation analysis of the Mahanadi basin in India.  
     
     

   
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