Tens of thousands of students graduate from a range of public policy and social work schools across the world. What is the way in which intersectional inclusion gets framed, discussed, taught in these schools? What are the big gaps and why? What kind of changes are sorely needed and what is the value of this? What needs to happen to change this and what is the role of different actors?
Moderator for the session: TBD
- Phok and Arvind (Representatives from Bahujan Economists)
- Team Equity in Policy Inclusion
- Team Women in Econ and Policy