Digital Transformation for Southern Countries in the time of COVID’19 Global Pandemic

By Yomna Selim, Research Intern, Jindal Centre for the Global South
O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India
As we continue to experience the new normal of “work from home”, during the global pandemic, we can significantly notice the huge contribution made by technology in our societies during this period, helping us to save our economies without risking exposure to the virus…..

Plight of the local population: A case of Western Sahara dispute

By Liza Gupta, Research Intern, Jindal Centre for the Global South
O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India
Since the withdrawal of Spain from Western Sahara in 1976, the region located on the north-western coast of Africa, has been a disputed ‘non-self-governing territory’. Many countries have claimed the region for more than four decades…

Under-5 Mortality and Malnutrition in India: Intertwining SDGs 2 and 3

By Anushka Saxena
Research Assistant, Jindal Centre for the Global South,
O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India.
India has made great strides in fulfilling various parameters of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. However, the 2021 SDG index indicates stark realities in terms of India’s commitments to malnutrition and under-5 Mortality…

Women in the unorganised Sector: Case Study of India and Bangladesh

By Ishita Suji
Research Intern, Jindal Centre for the Global South,
O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India.
This article penetrates deep into the poverty line ratio and how in the present scenario, owning a phone is no longer a luxury commodity but a necessity which we will see further as the expenditure is becoming costly when it comes to the different elements of Multi-Dimensional Poverty Index which needs to be taken care of respectively…

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