Supriya Roychoudhury rejoins the Margaret Anstee Centre for Global Studies as a consultant for the India-UK Development Partnership Forum. Supriya’s research interests lie at the intersection of diplomacy, social development and human rights.
Supriya previously served as Emerging Powers Coordinator at Crisis Action, where she led policy engagement initiatives in India, Brazil, Turkey and China to prevent and stop global armed conflict. Prior to this, Supriya launched and led Oxfam India’s inaugural foreign policy programme. She has also held fellowships with the US State Department and the European Commission.
Our first Margaret Anstee Graduate Scholar, Supriya holds an MPhil in Geographical Research from the University of Cambridge, an MA in International Relations from the University of Warwick and a BA (Honours) in English Literature from Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi. A list of her selected academic publications is provided below:
- Vazquez, K, Roychoudhury S, Borges, C. Building Infrastructure for 21st Century Sustainable Development: Lessons and Opportunities for the BRICS-led New Development Bank (2017)
- Roychoudhury, S and Srinivasan, S. Time to Go Green in Bhutan. Centre for the Advanced Study of India, University of Pennsylvania (2016).
- Roychoudhury, S and Mawdsley, E (2016). ‘Civil Society Organisations and Indian Development Assistance: ‘Emerging Roles for Commentators, Collaborators and Critics’ in Chaturvedi, S and Mulakala, A (ed.) India’s Approach to Development Cooperation: Routledge
- Roychoudhury, S. Is Indian Development Cooperation Taking a New Direction Under Modi? International Development Studies (IDS) Policy Briefs. Issue 94. June 2015
- Roychoudhury S. India’s External Aid: Lessons and Opportunities (2013) Economic and Political Weekly. Vol. XLVIII, no. 36.