Meet the team that has put together the Digital New Deal compendium.

Anita Gurumurthy is the Executive Director at IT for Change. Her work focuses on governance, democracy, and feminism in a network society.

Nandini Chami is the Deputy Director at IT for Change. Her work focuses on digital rights and development and the political economy of women’s rights in the digital age.

Sohel Sarkar is a journalist and freelance editor. She has worked at editorial desks of various news media outlets and most recently, the alternative media outlet Bot Populi.

Tanvi Kanchan is a Communications Assistant at IT for Change. Her academic passions lie at the intersection of gender, sexuality, news media, and digital spaces.

Parminder Jeet Singh is the Executive Director at IT for Change. His areas of work are ICTs for development, Internet governance, e-governance, and digital economy

Deepti Bharthur is a Senior Research Associate at IT for Change. She works on data economy, platforms and digital exclusions, and digital citizenship.

Amay Korjan is a Research Associate at IT for Change. He works on projects formulating progressive policy positions around various sectors within the digital economy.

Sneha Bhagwat is a Communications Assistant at IT for Change. Her research interests include pop culture, feminism and caste. She works as a freelance editor with publishing houses like Zubaan.

Yogesh K S is the Senior Project Associate for Technology at IT for Change. He is FOSS-advocate and designs, develops and maintains IT for Change's websites.

Credits

Conceptualization

Anita Gurumurthy, Parminder Jeet Singh, Deepti Bharthur, Nandini Chami, Sohel Sarkar

Editors

Sohel Sarkar and Amay Korjan

Editorial Support

Sneha Bhagwat and Tanvi Kanchan

Site Development

Yogesh KS, Sneha Bhagwat, Tanvi Kanchan

The Digital New Deal is a collaborative project of the Just Net Coalition and IT for Change with contributions from academics and activists envisioning progressive ways to engage with the digital in a post-Covid landscape by reclaiming its original promise and building a digitally just world.

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