ACLED Asia Research Manager Daniela Pollmann and Researcher Kunal Purohit examine the civil unrest around Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016, which would grant citizenship to undocumented non-Muslim immigrants in India.

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Citizenship Row: India’s Controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016
Daniela Pollmann
Daniela Pollmann
Daniela Pollmann is the Asia Research Manager at ACLED. In this role she oversees the coding of political violence and protests in South and Southeast Asian countries. Ms Pollmann holds a MA in Conflict, Security and Development from the University of Sussex with focus on peace processes. She has previous work experience in the social sector in Uganda and India where her work focused on women empowerment, child protection and anti-human trafficking. She is currently stationed in New Delhi, India.
Kunal Purohit on Twitter
Kunal Purohit
Kunal Purohit
Kunal Purohit is an ACLED Researcher coding political violence and protest in India and an independent journalist based out of Mumbai. As a journalist, he writes about issues of development, at the intersection of politics, gender, migration and technology. He is an alumnus of the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London.
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