In this set of videos, we discuss our work pertaining to exclusion and the delivery of social protection entitlements
Delivery of Social Protection Entitlements in India: Unpacking Exclusion, Grievance Redress, and the Relevance of Citizen-Assistance Mechanisms
This report has been submitted to Azim Premji University under their COVID-19 Research Funding Programme 2020
This casestudy showcases exclusion from the PDS leading to further exclusion from COVID-19 relief efforts targeted at ration cardholders
Making Grievances Matter: Unpacking Exclusion, Grievance Redress, and the Role of Civil Society Organisations
This post summarises the research findings from our recently concluded project on exclusion and grievance redress that was undertaken in collaboration with Gram Vaani et.al
In this fifth video, we follow different farmers in rural Uttar Pradesh to understand the frequency and magnitude of incomes they earn from agriculture
In this blog post, we explore a case of exclusion from the PDS, wherein a daily wage labourer, Mr. Kabeer, was unable to obtain a ration card
Registration Does Not Always Guarantee Access to Welfare – Exclusions In Tamil Nadu’s Labour Welfare System
This blogpost discusses the case of an unorganised sector worker who, along with many other workers, did not receive the cash entitlement into her bank account
In this ongoing series, we will cover stories of citizens who have been excluded from social protection benefits delivered through the DBT and PDS.
In this paper we argue that the present structure of Union-State financial transfers is one of the reasons for India’s ad hoc, scheme-based welfare structure.
In this post, we highlight the need for understanding the results of panel survey on welfare transfers from a process evaluation perspective to identify the fault lines.