Articles by Tejendra Pratap Gautam

May 31, 2023

🌊 Karnataka: a sign of hope for India's democratic backsliding

Tejendra Pratap Gautam
The recent victory of the Congress party in the southern state of Karnataka is a step towards the reversal of India's democratic backsliding, writes Tejendra Pratap Gautam
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Tejendra Pratap Gautam
PhD candidate, Ashank Desai Centre for Policy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Tejendra's doctoral research focuses on the 2006 Forest Rights Act (FRA) implementation process in the Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra, India.

He uses policy process theories to understand the power dynamics in the decision-making processes of FRA implementation at district (macro), block (meso) and village (micro) levels.

Tejendra's research interests include public policy, forest rights and forest governance, subaltern politics, political ecology, degrowth and post-development.

He has a decade of experience in issues related to decentralisation, Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs), and tribal development.

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