In the second installment of ACLED’s weekly series monitoring the Indian elections, Asia Research Manager Daniela Pollmann tracks electoral violence through the second phase of the vote.

Find the introduction to the series and the first edition here.

For more information about elections in India, see recent ACLED analysis on electoral violence in India’s most vulnerable areas, the effect of elections in India, Maoist rebel violence during the state elections in Chhattisgarh in 2018, and election violence in West Bengal.

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India Election Monitor: Phase 2
Daniela Pollmann
Daniela Pollmann
Asia Research Manager
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.
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